- n. alternative spelling of write-off.
“The writeoff, which is required by accounting rules, is forced by the sliding sales and profits of the newspaper division.”
“If the taxpayer falls into the alternative minimum tax, which was designed to tax the wealthy by limiting deductions, there isn't any writeoff at all.”
“Another benefit is the tax writeoff of the difference between the list and the lower contractual price the provider accepts from the insurer.”
“June 30th, 2009 12: 07 pm ET does nobody care that this guy used a federal vehicle to go to the airport, to travel out of country, all on taxpayer funded writeoff too see his mistress without telling anyone and playing "where's sanford?”
“Why didn't Obama explain to the grads that many of them will be unable to writeoff the interest on there student loans because they make to much.”
“The charitable writeoff is a lot more valuable with the 44% top tax rate that President Obama is seeking than at, say, a 25% rate.”
“Inc. swung to a quarterly profit on revenue that more than doubled, as rebounding purchases of chip-manufacturing equipment outweighed a big writeoff from discontinuing one of its businesses.”
“(Smart vendors will work out a payment plan over time to avoid a writeoff.)”
“Adding to MGM Grand's woes, its 4,500-room joint venture with Dubai World, shows all signs of crumbling (a $200 million writeoff from the project has already been taken).”
“They can receive a tax writeoff, people will be fed, and it will stop food waste.”
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