unallowable


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unallowable

(ˌʌnəˈlaʊəbəl)
adj
not allowable; unacceptable or inadmissible
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Identify any unallowable costs under 2 CFR 225 and prepare a cost allocation model in accordance with the principles of 2 CFR 225.
Examples of unallowable expenses include those incurred in connection with the formation, design, or termination of the plan.
As a culture more invested in the inchoate ramblings of teenage pop stars than in the earned wisdom of the early-bird-special class, we find anything outside the imagined norm of the elderly - bad words, motorcycles, sex, shenanigans, high jinks - improbable, unallowable and automatically comedy gold.
Ericson for the Ks and the Js in 2007 and 2008 had at least one fictitious Schedule C, Profit or Loss From Business (Sole Proprietorship), as well as sometimes inflated business expenses and unallowable education credits.
What happened is an attack on Muslims and Christians alike, and tantamount to a crime against all humanity, because the criminal suspect has deliberately attempted to distort the image of Islam and Muslims trying to link it to extremism and terrorism," Siniora remarked, whereas Islam fervently reject such unallowable blemishes.
Table 3 TYPICAL UNALLOWABLE COSTS FAR PART 31-TYPICAL COSTS NOT ALLOWABLE FOR GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS * Trade shows and other special events that don't contain a significant effort to promote the export sales of products normally sold to the U.
This practice will enhance the advancement of the construction industry in terms of skillful workers, higher expertise of subcontractors and also minimize related unallowable practices to enhance fairness, which also benefits all industry players.
As it is a public interest , everyone must take part if we want to improve prices, and it is unallowable that one person earns at the expense of the other.
8 million in unallowable spending at 24 schools as of July 2014, but that there was ''minimal'' follow-up by federal managers.
Perhaps Greece is the European Union's favorite, as a professor in Macedonia says, and it is allowed to do what it should and should not do but in this case, Brussels' silence is unallowable and to say the least, incorrect.
In the memo, the Players Association informed player agents and players that the NBA "has taken the position that any such exhibition or competition is unallowable and is not approved for player participation under the [collective bargaining agreement], regardless of whether it is incorporated into a 'clinic' or other 'benign-sounding activity,'" according to the writer.
High-Risk Analytics will endeavor to discourage superfluous spending and encourage efficiency by pinpointing unallowable expenses from loans in default passed from servicers to investors.