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  • n. Plural form of deduction.


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  • And if you're on the edge, the time it takes to document your eligibility and to calculate the possible deductions, is frequently time better spent taking the standard deduction and earning some actual money.


  • Tax expenditures are losses to the U.S. treasury from granting certain deductions, exemptions, or credits to specific categories of taxpayers.

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  • There are no deductions from the Social Security deposit.

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  • A May 2010 study by University of Calgary economists Duanjie Chen and Jack Mintz for the Cato Institute using World Bank data finds that the effective combined U.S. federal and state tax rate on new capital investment, taking into account all credits and deductions, is 35%.

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  • "I want to revive a policy of John Major's last Conservative government and make deductions from the earnings of working prisoners to provide compensation for victims of crime," Clarke is to tell the Conservative party conference today.

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  • Assuming these celebrities are typical of their class in deductions and exemptions we then apply the 2009 tax rates and the 2000 tax rates and find the difference.

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  • Often I addressed bodies of scientists on abstruse subjects, reading aloud to them carefully prepared papers on my own researches or on my own deductions from the researches and experiments of others.

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  • But it's these kinds of details that are left out by employers, and are so easily lapped up by lazy writers. maybe 58,000, less deductions is a lot, for a single person with no kids and a crappy apt on Capitol Hill, but it isn't much for a single income family of four who are trying to make mortage payments or even rent on an adequate living arrangement.

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  • The average cost of hiring a professional to prepare a federal and state tax return with no itemized deductions is $129, while the average cost for an itemized federal and state return is $229, the National Society of Accountants says.

    More taxpayers are preparing their taxes on their own

  • The average cost of hiring a professional to prepare a tax return with itemized deductions is $229, according to the National Society of Accountants.

    Taxpayers become do-it-yourselfers


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