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    1. of course, you have to deduct

    2. Well, don't worry about the telephones bill of yours is possible that mommy will deduct to my salary I will informed you

    3. Well as it says in the article, first of all you can deduct $10,000 for 2010 start up expenses

    4. They deduct always, upon whatever sum they advance, the legal interest till the bill shall become due

    5. Bounty on each barrel brought in by the busses, as above £ 0 12 3¾ From which deduct 1s

    6. Accordingly if only one toilet area exists it would be logical to deduct that there were no women and children which meant terrorists most likely

    7. So I have to deduct that as a counter-terrorism plan it failed right from the beginning for it targeted the wrong people

    8. So it may be possible to deduct a lot by running such an operation against prisoners

    9. From this we can deduct that they are not to be used for COIN or anything which is not conventional with clearly defined objectives

    10. deduct the cost of that insurance for income tax purposes

    11. So each month, they would deduct $100 off OUR rent for every tenant that I muscled into paying up

    12. For example, an engineer who enters an MBA program, receives the degree, and becomes an investment banker may not qualify to deduct tuition costs, because of the shift from the engineering profession to management

    13. You can still get to deduct the interest if you buy a condominium

    14. There are however two additional reasons to deduct that Antichrist will base himself inside Israel

    15. deduct depreciation on the vehicle

    16. You can deduct education expenses if they are related to

    17. able to deduct certain moving costs that would otherwise be

    18. From it, you can deduct that these five Gangs and Clans are not weak

    19. If you speculate on them deeply, you will deduct that there is a great Creator, a wise Disposer, and an Omnipotent Steering

    20. If you speculate on them deeply, you will deduct that there is a Great Creator, a Wise Disposer, and Omnipotent Steering

    21. Meditate an animal, other than the camels, in your surroundings, contemplate how the Almighty Al'lah created it and the perfection which is contained in its being, all its specifications and qualities which the Almighty has granted it in order to enable it to proceed its function in this life, If you speculate on them deeply and profoundly, you will deduct that there is a Great Creator, a Wise Omniscience Disposer

    22. I deduct this from the fact that when I was six months old I almost died, because there were traces of arsenic in my mother’s milk

    23. the root of this which they deduct from time being one and suddenly by the magic of mass it all comes

    24. They put time at one (1) and deduct the square of the velocity any object

    25. From this one can deduct that gravity is motion or the intent to commit motion and mass is one the motion

    26. Going back to the hypothetical, if my wife and I had $45,000 in credit card debt, I would do one of those automatic payments where you deduct a certain amount out of the monthly revenue and apply it to the principal

    27. You are playing with fire, they said, this is tax money you deduct from your clients for the government

    28. Most lenders will take these items into account when assessing how much they are prepared to lend and will usually deduct 12 months payments from gross annual income before applying their normal income multipliers

    29. to deduct expenses that they already have anyway through a legitimate

    30. course, one of those ways is to own a house and deduct the mortgage interest

    31. Business owners can deduct it from tax professions

    32. They can deduct half of their SE tax in figuring their adjusted gross income

    33. The great thing about tax credits is that it would reduce your tax straight-away, not like tax deductions that would deduct the sum from your adjusted gross income

    34. Paying alimony to your ex-spouse, or to a spouse that you are legally separated from, usually qualifies you to be able to deduct those types of expenses and payments from your taxes

    35. You probably didn't know that you can deduct certain expenses you might incur when you try to move from your total tax income

    36. Here are some things that you need to know in order to be able to deduct whatever moving expense you may have from your total tax liability

    37. For instance, you can generally deduct contributions for tax purposes – but not always

    38. If together you earn more than $95,000 (as of 2013), then you cannot fully deduct your traditional IRA contributions

    39. Beyond $115,000 you cannot deduct them at all

    40. A final downside of renting is really more of an upside to owning: with a home you get to deduct mortgage interest payments from your itemized taxes, which you can’t do with a rental

    41. A homeowner who spends $12,000 in interest payments and $3,000 in property taxes can deduct all $15,000 from his income taxes for the year

    42. If the United Cigar Stores investors were paying a high price for the shares because of earnings produced by these valuable leases, then they should deduct from earnings an allowance to write off this capital value by the time it disappears through the expiration of the leases

    43. As previously remarked, they may either understate the earnings by not showing all the current profits made by the subsidiaries, or they may overstate the earnings by failure to deduct subsidiaries’ losses or by including dividends from subsidiaries in excess of their actual income for the year

    44. Most utilities now issue consolidated reports including all companies controlled by them (by ownership of a majority of the voting stock) and deduct the portion of the earnings applicable to others under the heading of “minority interest

    45. Furthermore, in any comparison of mining companies a proper distinction must be drawn between those which do and those which do not deduct their depletion charges in reporting their earnings

    46. In computing the book value of the common it would be an obvious error to deduct the Second Preferred at its nonrepresentative par value of $1

    47. Corporations can currently deduct 70% of the income they receive from dividends, and the standard corporate tax rate is 35%

    48. To smooth out the erratic nature of these special charges, we take an average of the charges for the current and four prior years and deduct that from operating income

    49. [The reader will recall that in this computation we deduct all obligations and preferred stock from the working capital to determine the balance for the common

    50. This tax-sheltered return to the investor would not per se result in diminished tax payments to Internal Revenue, because Leasco was not able to deduct from its tax return preferred dividends or any payments of the guaranteed price, as it would interest payments

    1. When we compute the quantity of industry which the circulating capital of any society can employ, we must always have regard to those parts of it only which consist in provisions, materials, and finished work ; the other, which consists in money, and which serves only to circulate those three, must always be deducted

    2. is deducted for the coinage, which not only defrays the expense of it, but affords a small revenue to the government

    3. as before £ 0 12 3¾ From which the shilling a barrel is to be deducted 0 1 0 £ 0 11 3¾ But to that there is to be added again, the duty of the foreign salt used curing a barrel of herring viz 0 12 6 So that the premium allowed for each barrel of her- rings entered for home consumption is £ 1 3 9¾

    4. From this gross produce, however, there must be deducted what was paid away in bounties and drawbacks upon the exportation of exciseable goods, which will reduce the neat produce below five millions

    5. From this revenue, supposing that this system could produce it, must be deducted the revenue usually raised in Ireland and the plantations, for defraying the expense of the respective civil governments

    6. 00 (70 US cents in today's money) was deducted from our accounts to pay for the barber

    7. The cots were chiefly filled with sick, and by verified reports the Spanish loss in killed and wounded was very much less than ours, though much greater if the number of Americans needlessly sacrificed before San Juan be deducted from those lost in actual battle

    8. It may even be deducted that you need the locals more than what they need you

    9. and, as usual, those crooks deducted $95

    10. Employer-paid education benefits are considered taxable income to the taxpayer if the amount exceeds $5,250 in a year, unless it is considered a ‘working condition fringe benefit,’ or a benefit that the employee could have deducted if that employee had paid for it

    11. The customer orders and pays for the book from either a book shop or book retailer and 25% of the book's retail price is deducted by the retailer from the purchase money paid to them

    12. multiplied by 1, the third by 2, the second by 3, and the last one by 4; then the fourth day's price is deducted

    13. Withholding – how much will be deducted from prize payments according to the

    14. deducted from the ABP for new trades

    15. No taxes had been deducted

    16. In addition they also deducted more for the coming year!

    17. That part was deducted from their pay and sent in by their company ($262B), but should be listed as a people paid expense, as shown in the above split

    18. human, therefore I deducted that an animal was hiding in the

    19. If the dollar pays less interest rate than the euro, an interest charge will be deducted from your account, since you are short the euro and long

    20. payments must be deducted from EBIT before it is termed “earnings”, and it is the

    21. may pay out in income taxes much more than they have deducted in interest tax

    22. advantages of deducted interest expense become implicit in net income, and the investor

    23. instance is before depreciation and amortization has been deducted to derive EBIT

    24. emphasize the “net income” side of the function because interest will not be deducted, and

    25. When long-term debt is increased, interest is deducted from operating income at an

    26. consultants generally can be deducted in the year incurred

    27. How and when they are deducted depends on the type

    28. Instead, it is deducted over a period of years

    29. deducted from the property

    30. Calculating furiously in his head, Joseph saw that he could make a profit of at least 400 silver deniers just with that ten-pound bag of black pepper, once he had deducted the travel costs

    31. the cost it will be deducted from the potential gain from the acquisition

    32. The number denotes Caesar – Nero deducted from the Hebrew alphabet having one six scale less (666)

    33. have deducted that the one with her must be you

    34. deducted that after he had lost his position, as Lord of Lords, he would rather die but I did not expect him to be so insane and ruthless as to want so many people to be buried with him!”

    35. He deducted that there must be

    36. She deducted that the woods would surely have a lot of ambushes but she

    37. resulting from the reduced withholding that was deducted

    38. Anything outside the normal letter size deducted a ‘whatever’

    39. Hans and everyone else deducted, whatever landed in that hole released something that worked like a man made biological weapon

    40. Please note that throughout this manual any commission deducted by Betting Exchanges is ignored

    41. My wages would be $32,000 per annum, from which my monthly room and board of $2,000 would be deducted

    42. You may pay by sliding your ID card and the price will be deducted from your

    43. Once again you could slide your ID card and have the amount deducted from wages

    44. We cannot if it was partly deducted from other scriptures and partly from this, or if told him by another, the fact remains that he said: “This prove man to be immortal and destined to exist forever,” which may lead some one to believe he had actually proved it

    45. invest can be deducted from your annual earned income, thereby reducing

    46. Meanwhile, all expenditures for advertising and promotions, which is relate to the taxpayers business, can be deducted as miscellaneous expenses

    47. The premiums you pay for your dental insurance, health insurance, and other medical expenses may be deducted from your tax

    48. Once the budget is already determined, the revenues from other sources will be deducted from the budget

    49. The income tax you pay, as the term suggests, is the tax deducted on the income you make

    50. A business bad debt can be deducted even if it is just partially worthless

    1. Again, he had gone over in his head the report he had seen … deducting the wishful thinking and pre-planted ideas of titanium

    2. She offered that I'll pay first my round-trip ticket and I'll pay it later by deducting from my monthly salary if I really want to go

    3. From which sum, neglecting the fraction, and deducting a ninth, or 4s

    4. And from this sum, neglecting likewise the fraction, and deducting a ninth, or 4s

    5. The gross rent of a private estate comprehends whatever is paid by the farmer; the neat rent, what remains free to the landlord, after deducting the expense of management, of repairs, and all other necessary charges; or what, without hurting his estate, he can afford to place in his stock reserved for immediate consumption, or to spend upon his table, equipage, the ornaments of his house and furniture, his private enjoyments and amusements

    6. The gross revenue of all the inhabitants of a great country comprehends the whole annual produce of their land and labour; the neat revenue, what remains free to them, after deducting the expense of maintaining first, their fixed, and, secondly, their circulating capital, or what, without encroaching upon their capital, they can place in their stock reserved for immediate consumption, or spend upon their subsistence

    7. The gross revenue of the society, the annual produce of their land and labour, is increased by the whole value which the labour of those workmen adds to the materials upon which they are employed, and their neat revenue by what remains of this value, after deducting what is necessary for supporting the tools and instruments of their trade

    8. It is the work of Nature which remains, after deducting or compensating every thing which can be regarded as the work of man

    9. This bank received both foreign coin, and the light and worn coin of the country, at its real intrinsic value in the good standard money of the country, deducting only so much as was neccssary for defraying the expense of coinage and the other necessary expense of management

    10. That is to say, that her sacred royal majesty of Great Britain shall, in her own name, and that of her successors, be obliged, for ever hereafter, to admit the wines of the growth of Portugal into Britain; so that at no time, whether there shall be peace or war between the kingdoms of Britain and France, any thing more shall be demanded for these wines by the name of custom or duty, or by whatsoever other title, directly or indirectly, whether they shall be imported into Great Britain in pipes or hogsheads, or other casks, than what shall be demanded for the like quantity or measure of French wine, deducting or abating a third part of the custom or duty

    11. If the land which, in one state of cultivation, affords a revenue of ten millions sterling a-year, would in another afford a rent of twenty millions ; the rent being, in both cases, supposed a third part of the produce, the revenue of the proprietors would be less than it otherwise might be, by ten millions a-year only; but the revenue of the great hotly of the people would be less than it otherwise might be, by thirty millions a-year, deducting only what would be necessary for seed

    12. The population of the country would be less by the number of people which thirty millions a-year, deducting always the seed, could maintain, according to the particular mode of living, and expense which might take place in the different ranks of men, among whom the remainder was distributed

    13. In consequence of these deductions, the revenue of the customs amounted only to £2,743,400 ; from which deducting £287,900 for the expense of management, in salaries and other incidents, the neat revenue of the customs for that year comes out to be £2,455,500

    14. upon what remains of that revenue, after deducting what is paid away in bounties and drawbacks

    15. {The neat produce of that year, after deducting all expenses and allowances, amounted to £4,975,652:19:6

    16. evaluate it) Chile started deducting 10% of each employees pay and investing it in a private system

    17. After deducting the $2,000 premium, your net gain

    18. He was as fair with his girls as any pimp could be, giving them half the takings after deducting a few expenses

    19. other words, deducting their cost over a number of years

    20. ƒ The “rescue time”, which is an extra time that could be committed without causing delays in beginning another activity is calculated by deducting the earliest beginning time from the shortest beginning time at every event

    21. You should be cautious when listing and deducting all of the

    22. One of the greatest inventions is the ability to invest automatically by deducting from your bank account

    23. What Are The Steps In Deducting Moving Expenses?

    24. Miss Pross's fidelity of belief in Solomon (deducting a mere trifle for this slight mistake) was quite a serious matter with Mr

    25. Of the five-and-twenty pounds which had remained to her of Clare's allowance, after deducting the other half of the fifty as acontribution to her parents for the trouble and expense to which she had put them, she had as yet spent but little

    26. Monsieur des Grassins, after deducting the amount which the old cooper owed him for the discount on a hundred and fifty thousand francs in Dutch notes, and for the surplus which he

    27. After deducting commissions and taxes, he figured he made about $500

    28. assets: in a company’s balance sheet these are the things it owns or are owed to it; net assets in the balance sheet are defined as capital plus reserves, or total assets minus current liabilities, and deducting the long-term creditors

    29. This income account should forecast a margin of at least 100% over interest charges, after deducting from earnings a depreciation allowance to be actually expended as a sinking fund for the gradual retirement of the bond issue

    30. * Deducting estimated amount of bonds in treasury

    31. The striking fact that the cash assets alone considerably exceed this figure, after deducting all liabilities, completely clinched the argument on this score

    32. 75 per share, even after deducting the substantial dividends paid

    33. , follows the practice of deducting preferred stock at its value in case of involuntary liquidation, when computing the book value of the common

    34. The type of bargain issue that can be most readily identified is a common stock that sells for less than the company’s net working capital alone, after deducting all prior obligations

    35. It always seemed, and still seems, ridiculously simple to say that if one can acquire a diversified group of common stocks at a price less than the applicable net current assets alone—after deducting all prior claims, and counting as zero the fixed and other assets—the results should be quite satisfactory

    36. , debt left after deducting cash and short-term investments), its weighted average cost of capital would not have benefited from the fact that it costs less to borrow than to raise equity, especially after the deductibility of interest payments for tax purposes is taken into account

    37. From 1984 through 2000, their accounts have achieved a compounded annual growth rate of 25 percent per year (before deducting advisory fees), compared with 16 percent for the Standard & Poor's 500

    38. A purchase of Asarco at anywhere from $15 to $20 would leave the investor with a margin of safety of at least 50 percent based on book value; he or she would be paying between $5 and $10 for the potential earnings of the company, after deducting the value of the Southern Peru share

    39. These returns are after deducting commissions and fees of $0

    40. Gross book value takes the historical or acquisition cost of assets without deducting accumulated depreciation or amortization

    41. 34 million has not yet reduced surplus to avoid double deducting

    42. And that is without deducting for preferred dividends, which are not a necessity of doing business, although they are a factor in financing

    43. So by deducting intangibles, shaving real estate by 10 percent, and arbitrarily scratching out the subs, the balance comes in at negative $28 million

    44. A winner-and that is without increases in nonperforming assets or without deducting for the problems in the $622 million junk-bond portfolio

    45. They therefore pray that half-pay for life, to commence from the time of the reduction of the Army, may be granted to them, according to the solemn stipulations entered into with them by Congress, by the resolutions before referred to; deducting therefrom the five years' full pay received by them in depreciated paper, by way of commutation

    46. The alcoholic solutions were poured into a small retort of known weight; the alcohol was carefully distilled off, and the residuum dried; deducting the weight of the retort, there remained 18

    47. Deducting one-sixth from the wheat as matter not nutritious, and the weight is reduced to 1500

    48. on the estimated value of such prize property, after deducting all duties, costs, and charges, (which value, as it respects the cargo, shall be ascertained in the same manner as is provided by law for ascertaining the value of goods subject to ad valorem duties; and as it respects the vessel, to be ascertained by appraisers to be appointed in the same manner,) shall be first paid, or secured to be paid, to the collector of the district into which such prize property may be brought for condemnation; which two per cent

    49. and no more, on the net proceeds of such prize property, after deducting the duties, the two per cent

    50. Williams) states to you the number of troops necessary for defensive operations, according to his calculation, to be ten thousand; deducting that number from the present establishment, supposing it to be full

    1. To stimulate this, tax credits could be given industry for extra wages paid in the new year with respect to a reference year’s wages to employees in the $25-60K range, so that rather than send the money to uncle, the company spends more on wages (in the lower 60% ranges of income) and deducts half of their increase in wages from their taxes directly, while holding product and service prices to customers down

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