DEFINITION
Marginal Rate of Tax Relief

"Marginal rate of tax relief": The rate of tax at which a taxpayer would effectively save tax on the additional tax relieved expenditure if the total tax relieved expenditure increased by a small amount. For example the marginal rate of tax relief on debt servicing costs, assuming a small increase in the total amount of debt finance.
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