the dividend will be paid without deduction of tax
An amount that is or may be deducted from something, esp. from taxable income or tax to be paid
The inference of particular instances by reference to a general law or principle
the detective must uncover the murderer by deduction from facts
A conclusion that has been deduced
tax write-off: a reduction in the gross amount on which a tax is calculated; reduces taxes by the percentage fixed for the taxpayer's income bracket
an amount or percentage deducted
something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied); "his resignation had political implications"
reasoning from the general to the particular (or from cause to effect)
subtraction: the act of subtracting (removing a part from the whole); "he complained about the subtraction of money from their paychecks"
discount: the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
For the food stamp program, Deductions are used to calculate a household’s monthly food stamp benefit. ...
That which is deducted; that which is subtracted or removed; A sum that can be removed from tax calculations; something that is written off; A conclusion; that which is deduced, concluded or figured out; The ability or skill to deduce or figure out; the power of reason; A process of reasoning ...
(deduct) To take one thing from another; remove from; make smaller by some amount
(Deductions) 1. The itemised deductions, which are deductions from adjusted gross income (AGI). Or 2. the deductions for adjusted gross income, such as employee business expenses and contributions to an IRA pension plan. Or 3. an adjustment to an invoice.
(Deductions) When a horse is scratched from a race after betting on that race has already started, deductions are taken out of the win and place bets at a rate in proportion to the odds of the scratched horse.
(Deductions) Amounts subtracted or withheld from your gross income (def. 1). Some deductions, such as taxes , are required by law. Others are elective. ...
(Deductions) (I thought about using this term for my kids, but think I’ll use it for housing tax credits instead).
(Deductions) All sales, leases and rentals of tangible personal property and services on which sales tax is not required to be collected, including sales for resale, sales to exempt organizations, sales shipped out-of-state, specifically exempt items, etc.
(Deductions) Money taken out of your pay for payments such as health care
(Deductions) Your employer cannot deduct (take away) money from your wages, without your agreement in writing. The law protects the employee's right to receive wages from their employer without unauthorised deductions. ...
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When you deduct an amount from a total, you subtract it from the total.
Points taken off a gymnast’s score for errors. Most deductions are pre-determined, such as a 0.8 deduction for a fall from an apparatus or a 0.1 deduction for stepping out of bounds on the floor exercise.
An element that defines the rules controlling how deductions are made from a person's pay. (See Deductions).
A system of logic, inference and conclusion drawn from examination of facts. Conclusions drawn from the general down to the specific.
For tax purposes, the portion of an estate that does not generate tax (such as the unlimited marital deduction).
An amount that can be subtracted from gross income, from a gross estate, or from a gift, lowering the amount on which tax is assessed.
An amount subtracted from an employee’s gross pay to reach net pay, or an amount allowed to taxpayers as an offset against income (pre-tax deduction).
an amount you deduct from your taxable profit for Corporation Tax purposes; HMRC uses deductions and reliefs to refer to various expenses, losses or allowances that you subtract from your profits before you calculate how much Corporation Tax to pay; this is in contrast to credits or other types ...