Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of deduct.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • £15. 19s — Then again deducting three pound ten, (I mean no more for what you recieved when here) I remain accountable for the Sum of £12. — 7s — which you will percieve is very nearly due to me from the outstanding account. —

    Letter 209

  • At present, our few residents are dispersed over both spots: deducting, that is to say, such of our number as are always going to, or coming from, or staying at, the

    The Perils of Certain English Prisoners

  • At present, our few residents are dispersed over both spots: deducting, that is to say, such of our number as are always going to, or coming from, or staying at, the

    The Perils of Certain English Prisoners

  • Most of us pay taxes as freelancers, and have grown used to the idea of deducting everything we use to get our jobs done from our independent income.

    Lifehacker

  • Metro has been trying for a long time to make SmarTrip smarter, so it can perform extra functions such as deducting the peak of the peak surcharge, adding the value of a weekly pass or reflecting fare value the rider added online.

    Dr. Gridlock: It's not you; slight delay at Metro gates with updated SmarTrip cards

  • Their proposal raised the idea of cutting income tax rates but eliminating tax breaks such as deducting the interest on mortgages.

    Debt Panel at Odds Over Health Costs

  • Such a move, says Swyden, will deter you from commingling personal and business expenses, which can then cut down on making inadvertent mistakes such as deducting personal expenses as business expenses on your return.

    Starting Up: Avoiding Business Audits

  • So Rose metamorphosed before our very eyes, last night, into an 'old hand' companion; 'deducting' I'd have preferred deducing, but whatever and all sorts.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • So Rose metamorphosed before our very eyes, last night, into an 'old hand' companion; 'deducting' I'd have preferred deducing, but whatever and all sorts.

    Billie/Rose related stuff

  • Abusive tax shelters are very different from legitimate tax shelters, such as deducting the interest paid on your home mortgage or Congressionally approved tax deductions for building affordable housing.

    August 2005

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