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What is Capital Goods Scheme

Tax Definition:-

A scheme that requires the adjustment of input tax, to reflect the extent of changes in taxable use over time for certain items of capital expenditure. Affects businesses that make exempt supplies.

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Term created / updated 2006-11-28 15:04:18

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