tax deduction

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Noun1.tax deduction - a reduction in the gross amount on which a tax is calculatedtax deduction - a reduction in the gross amount on which a tax is calculated; reduces taxes by the percentage fixed for the taxpayer's income bracket
tax benefit, tax break - a tax deduction that is granted in order to encourage a particular type of commercial activity
business deduction - tax write-off for expenses of doing business
exemption - a deduction allowed to a taxpayer because of his status (having certain dependents or being blind or being over 65 etc.); "additional exemptions are allowed for each dependent"
write-down, write-off - (accounting) reduction in the book value of an asset
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Essentially, this notice confirms that anything that might be considered entertainment won't be a deductible expense. The IRS's list includes night clubs, theaters, country clubs, sports events, and so on.
Many landlords who purchased rented property with the aid of a mortgage and property finance will have historically benefited from having these costs as a deductible expense when calculating the profit or losses of their property business.
Income tax systems typically recognize interest gains on debt instruments as a deductible expense. This debt bias puts Islamic finance at a competitive disadvantage and discourages risk-shared financing.
It's not a total loss for your business, as it may be a deductible expense.
"The submission thereof, including any alpha list that does not conform with the prescribed format thereby resulting to the unsuccessful uploading into the BIR system shall be deemed not received and shall not qualify as a deductible expense for income tax purposes," she added.
In the event that the debt exceeds this ratio, the excess interest is not accepted by the Tax Authority as a deductible expense. The law allows a transition period of five years to give companies that do not comply with the capitalisation ratio set by the law the opportunity to fall in line with this ratio.
Under the business connection requirement, the employee must pay or incur a deductible expense, and the expense must arise in connection with the employee's performance of services for the employer (Regs.
Depreciation is a deductible expense, based on the notion that everyday wear and tear on a property should be recognized ratably over the expected useful life of that property.
The Tenth Circuit also rejected the IRS' argument that Sharlyn Shellito's payments of the medical expenses should be disregarded because they would convert a legal support obligation into a deductible expense. The court cited Rev.
The premiums are modest for a $5,000 deductible policy and should be a deductible expense for taxpayers.
Under federal tax rules, a repair is not always an immediately deductible expense; it is often classified as a capital expenditure.