Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Mitigation

Tax - Legal Definition:-

The reduction of a penalty by HM Customs and Excise or the VAT and Duties Tribunal. Applies only to certain types of civil penalties. For example, misdeclaration penalty and belated notification penalty.

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