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FEDERAL SECTION 179 EXPENSE
CHARITY DONATIONS
MENUAS
CRITICS DISPUTED
DEMOCRATIC BARE GROUND
CRUEL COMEDY
USAGE MANAGEMENT
SMALLER PARTIES
DISINFECTING
DEDUCTIBLE
TRACK TAPE RECORDER
TAX DEDUCTION
MONTHLY BASIS
IDENTITY FRAUD EXPENSE COVERAGE
SURETY BOND
MONETARY EXPENSE
THIRD LARGEST ENERGY EXPENSE
EXPENSE ACCOUNTS
CORRESPONDING OPERATING EXPENSE CATEGORIES
MAKES JOKES
NONCASH EXPENSE
REBREATHERS
GREATER EXPENSE
DEPRECIATION EXPENSE ACCOUNT
MEDICAL EXPENSE
BIGGEST EXPENSE
PLUS INTEREST EXPENSE
HOUSING EXPENSE
BUSINESS EXPENSE
IRANIAN CONTROL
SIGNIFICANT EXPENSE
DEDUCTIBLE EXPENSE
OPERATING EXPENSE
UNNECESSARY EXPENSE
MONTHLY HOUSING EXPENSE
EXPENSE RATIO
EXTRA EXPENSE
HOUSING EXPENSE RATIO
NON-CASH EXPENSE
FINE WINE
ADDITIONAL EXPENSE
TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY
OWN EXPENSE
INVESTORS
PURCHASE
OBTAINING
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Definitions

  1. The expense is recognized over the life of the asset as depreciation. (Web site)
  2. The expense is calculated as a percentage of the value of the Gross Loan Portfolio that is at risk of default. (Web site)
  3. The expense is borne by the borrower. (Web site)
  4. No expense was spared in the building of this sailboat and is truly one of a kind.
  5. The expense is justified because Stevia is a natural plant health food and useful for hypoglycemia sufferers.

Federal Section 179 Expense

  1. Column C Enter date of disposition Column D Enter the total federal Section 179 expense, special allowance and depreciation deducted for NJ tax purposes.

Charity Donations

  1. Deduction An expense that is allowable as a reduction of gross taxable income by the IRS e.g., charity donations. (Web site)

Menuas

  1. Under the warrior kings Sardur I, Ishpuinis, and Menuas, the Kingdom of Urartu expands at the expense of Assyria, an Phrygia. (Web site)

Critics Disputed

  1. Critics disputed this, alleging that the layout was necessary to provide the best possible venues for television broadcasts at the expense of the athletes. (Web site)

Democratic Bare Ground

  1. He said: "Government is a northeast wind, drifting property into a few aristocratic heaps, at the expense of altogether too much democratic bare ground. (Web site)

Cruel Comedy

  1. The journalist Andy Bloxham writes: Researchers claim that the British penchant for cruel comedy at the expense of others is dictated by our genes.

Usage Management

  1. Only Avotus brings together e-procurement, expense, service, and usage management into a fully integrated solution.

Smaller Parties

  1. National's gains apparently came mainly at the expense of smaller parties, while Labour won only two seats less than in 2002. (Web site)

Disinfecting

  1. In medical or hospital environments, reusable enema equipment is now rare because of the expense of administering and disinfecting a water-based solution.

Deductible

  1. Expense relief is straightforward: the overseas tax is treated as a deductible expense in the tax computation. (Web site)
  2. Where the cycles and cyclists' safety equipment is leased, the leasing costs will generally be deductible as an expense in computing the business profits.

Track Tape Recorder

  1. In 1954 Paul, continued to develop this technology, by commissioning Ampex to build the first eight track tape recorder, at his expense.

Tax Deduction

  1. The depreciation allows the laboratory business to write down the loan's costs as an expense item and take a tax deduction.
  2. A tax deduction or a tax-deductible expense affects a taxpayer's income tax.

Monthly Basis

  1. On a monthly basis, subscribers lease trunks from the telephone company to avoid the expense of using telephone lines on a per-extension basis. (Web site)

Identity Fraud Expense Coverage

  1. Identity Fraud Expense coverage is not available at this time in the State of Texas.

Surety Bond

  1. Surety Bond - A bond purchased at the expense of the estate to insure the executor's proper performance.

Monetary Expense

  1. Cost Cost is an arbitrary value, usually based on bandwidth, monetary expense, or other measurement, that is assigned by a network administrator. (Web site)

Third Largest Energy Expense

  1. WATER HEATERS Water heating is typically the third largest energy expense in your home, accounting for about 14 percent of your energy bill. (Web site)

Expense Accounts

  1. Expenditure Effect Buyers are more price sensitive when the expense accounts for a large percentage of buyers’ available income or budget. (Web site)

Corresponding Operating Expense Categories

  1. Depreciation expense is classified within the corresponding operating expense categories on the consolidated statements of operations.

Makes Jokes

  1. He is divorce d, and frequently makes jokes at the expense of his ex-wife (who makes an appearance in the final episode).

Noncash Expense

  1. However, since depreciation is a noncash expense, there are no cash flow implications (again ignoring income tax considerations).
  2. Depreciation expense is a noncash expense.

Rebreathers

  1. Expense Another disadvantage of rebreathers is monetary expense. (Web site)
  2. Another disadvantage of rebreathers is monetary expense. (Web site)

Greater Expense

  1. Consequently, greater expense and time are required to attack a more secure encryption algorithm. (Web site)

Depreciation Expense Account

  1. The depreciation expense account is an expense of the business and is therefore seen as a debit on the extended trial balance. (Web site)

Medical Expense

  1. The cost of false teeth is deductible as a medical expense.

Biggest Expense

  1. This may well be the biggest expense of the Buyer.

Plus Interest Expense

  1. It is equal to net farm income, plus hired labor expense, plus interest expense.

Housing Expense

  1. Housing expense The sum of mortgage payment, hazard insurance, property taxes, and homeowner association fees.
  2. PITI: Principal-Interest-Taxes-Insurance is the total housing expense on a monthly basis. (Web site)

Business Expense

  1. These payments do not count toward the income taxes of employees and employers, but are normally deductible by the employer as a business expense. (Web site)
  2. You generally deduct the cost of repairing business property in the same way as any other business expense. (Web site)
  3. In addition, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service allows a reasonable deduction for depreciation as a business expense in determining taxable net income. (Web site)

Iranian Control

  1. In the east, the Mughal dynasty of India had expanded into Afghanistan at the expense of Iranian control, taking Qandahar. (Web site)
  2. In the east, the Mughals of India had expanded into Khorasan (now Afghanistan) at the expense of Iranian control, taking Qandahar. (Web site)

Significant Expense

  1. A significant expense on a farm return is depreciation.
  2. However, there are considerable drawbacks to this solution including significant expense, time and inconvenience to travelers in reaching an airport at sea.

Deductible Expense

  1. Mortgage Interest Deduction: the interest cost of a mortgage, which is a tax - deductible expense.
  2. A flat tax might also serve as a substitute for taxes of Social Security benefits, if FICA tax liabilities are not a deductible expense for employers. (Web site)
  3. Notably, accounting rules about deductible expenses and tax rules about deductible expense will differ at times, giving rise to book-tax differences.

Operating Expense

  1. Operating expense - periodic expenses necessary to the operation and maintenance of an enterprise (e.g.-taxes, salaries, insurance, and maintenance). (Web site)

Unnecessary Expense

  1. It will not cool your home any faster and could result in excessive cooling and, therefore, unnecessary expense. (Web site)
  2. To do otherwise would add unnecessary expense and complexity to the satellite. (Web site)

Monthly Housing Expense

  1. Also used to refer to a large difference between the rent being paid by a first-time home buyer, and the monthly housing expense on the purchased home.

Expense Ratio

  1. Total expense ratio The ratio of Total housing expense to borrower income.
  2. Title companies have about a 90 percent expense ratio where as other expenses like casualty insurance are only 30 percent. (Web site)
  3. EXPENSE RATIO a comparison of the operating expenses to potential gross income.

Extra Expense

  1. Porcelain crowns typically cost a bit more than traditional crowns, but are well worth the extra expense in any area where the edge of the crown shows.

Housing Expense Ratio

  1. Housing Expense Ratio: Ratio used to determine the borrowers capacity to repay a home loan.

Non-Cash Expense

  1. Deductible expenses also include the non-cash expense of depreciation, this is very important.

Fine Wine

  1. However, like fine wine, uncommon tea might be appreciated on many different tastes and aroma levels and are worth the added expense.
  2. However, like fine wine, rare teas can be appreciated on many different taste and aroma levels and are worth the extra expense. (Web site)

Additional Expense

  1. However, like fine wine, extraordinary tea can be appreciated on a lot of different tastes and aroma levels and are worth the additional expense.
  2. For many others, it would be a lot of additional expense and effort to end up with the same problem -- or worse. (Web site)
  3. In most cases this land is already owned by the airport thus avoiding the need to purchase this land at additional expense. (Web site)

Title Insurance Company

  1. You notify the title insurance company which, in accordance with the terms of the policy, undertakes, at its expense, defense of the title.

Own Expense

  1. The title insurance company will, at its own expense, defend the title and will pay losses within the coverage of the policy if they occur.
  2. Pat Boone begins his recording career at Republic Records Les Paul commissions Ampex to build the first eight track tape recorder, at his own expense. (Web site)

Investors

  1. Investors, for example, will be impatient with a woman who happens to think years ahead at the expense of quarterly earnings, Brooke says. (Web site)
  2. Because of the enormous expense of outfitting the expedition Diogo Barbosa was forced to seek other investors and royal approval for the venture. (Web site)

Purchase

  1. A term used for income tax purposes which represents the gain realized from the sale of an asset less the purchase price and deductible expense. (Web site)
  2. The purchase of goods and services by banks and insurance companies is subject to VAT but is considered as an expense or cost for recovery purposes. (Web site)
  3. In order to maintain objectivity and avoid conflicts of interest, I purchase all the wines I rate at my own expense in retail stores.

Obtaining

  1. This allows these establishments to sell cocktails based on soju or shochu while avoiding the expense and restrictions of obtaining a full bar license.

Categories

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  3. Society > Economics > Tax > Taxes
  4. Asset
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