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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishavoidancea‧void‧ance /əˈvɔɪdəns/ noun [uncountable]  AVOIDthe act of avoiding someone or somethingavoidance of the avoidance of issues such as domestic violence a tax avoidance scheme (=legal way of not paying tax)
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avoidanceTroops have received training in mine avoidance and detection.It is important at this stage to stress the unhealthy nature of avoidance.They avoid the big prices with imitation goods, and with avoidance of store rents.tax avoidanceIt was not necessarily that the rich were more adroit at tax avoidance.Big business has further reduced its contributions by ingenious tax avoidance strategies.Trusts are a particular object of attack, as if all trusts had as their purpose the aim of tax avoidance.If a sign were needed that the Internet has become a real market, the arrival of tax avoidance is surely it.But a low capital-gains rate leads to investment decisions based on expectations of tax avoidance rather than productive efficiency.There are several specialist groups for business, subcontractors, large-scale tax avoidance and transfer of assets overseas.Since tax avoidance is so effective, the answer is probably not much.This may make your tax avoidance strategies much harder to employ.
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