Tessa (French title: Tessa, la nymphe au cœur fidèle) is a play written in 1934 by French dramatist Jean Giraudoux. It is a translation and adaptation of a 1926 stage version by Margaret Kennedy and Basil Dean of the former`s 1924 novel The Constant Nymph. ==Original productions== Tessa was first performed on 14 November 1934 in Pa
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Tax Exempt Special Savings Account . TESSAs were replaced on 5th April 1999 by the new Individual Savings Account (ISA). Existing Tessas can be held for the remainder of their original term.
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Tax-exempt special savings accounts (TESSAs) were a type of cash account set up by the UK Government in 1991. Interest earned on savings in a TESSA were exempt from paying income tax providing you held the account for at least five years. TESSAs were closed to new business in 1999 and were replaced by cash ISAs.
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UK scheme, introduced in 1991, to encourage longer-term savings by making interest tax-free on deposits of up to £9,000 over five years. ...
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Acronym for 'Tax Exempt Special Savings Account'. You may pay up to £9,000 into a TESSA account over a 5 year period. Provided the account is maintained for 5 years and that you withdraw no more than the interest on the account, subject to a deduction equivalent to lower rate tax, the interest is tax free. No new TESSAs may be opened after 5 April
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Acronym for Tax Exempt Special Savings Account. You may pay up to £9,000 into a TESSA account over a 5 year period. Provided the account is maintained for 5 years and that you withdraw no more than the interest on the account, subject to a deduction equivalent to lower rate tax, the interest is tax free. No new TESSAs may be opened after 5 April 1
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Tessa is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `Harvester` Where is it used? The name Tessa is mainly used In English.It is an abbreviated form of Theresa, used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Thérese ( In French) See also In Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Finnish and In Polish: Teresa In Spanish: Tere In Slovene: Terezija In
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Tessa was a novel published by Margit Sandemo in 1997, though it was completed by 1970. She had originally planned to publish it as a serial in a Norwegian weekly magazine, but the editors of magazine abandoned it. The novel went missing for the next 25 years, until Sandemo found a copy in a cupboard in 1995. ==Plot== Tessa is the s
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Tax Exempt Special Savings Account. A British savings product enabling private investors to save money free of income tax on the interest it earned. TESSAs ceased to be available in April 1999.
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Tessa is a shortened form of the given name Theresa. Tessa may also refer to: ...
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