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AMT

abbr.
alternative minimum tax
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amt

abbreviation for
(Accounting & Book-keeping) amount
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amt.

amount.
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Translations

amt

ABBR =amountimpte
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The corporate AMT suffers from the same infirmities as the individual AMT.
The AMT was enacted to make it harder for very wealthy people to avoid taxes.
This time around, the Gordons aren't taking any chances, They am consulting with their tax professional on an end-of-year tax strategy to ensure that they don't get ensnared in the AMT trap again.
Ex vivo IL-10 gene therapy, pioneered by one of AMT's founders Prof.
Download a digital copy of your AMT card from the AMT website free of charge!
On August 3, 2018, AMT will celebrate 20 years of success and partnership with customers, suppliers, stakeholders, and staff at AMT corporate headquarters in Keelung, Taiwan.
To participate, simply show your AMT name badge to any of the many participating partners and receive VIP treatment and exclusive discounts.
Recognizing the requirement that taxpayers compute their income for purposes of both the regular income tax and the AMT as "one of the most far-reaching complexities of the Code," (1) the Committee on Ways and Means included a provision in the House tax reform bill that would repeal the individual and corporate AMT.
The 510-1/Stgw 57 semi was designated the PE-57 and the 510-4 was designated the AMT (American Match Target).
The tax base for AMT purposes is calculated by adjusting regular taxable income before net operating losses for certain preference and adjustment items.
The AMT was created in the 1960s as a way to keep wealthy taxpayers from using loopholes to avoid paying taxes, but because it was not automatically updated for inflation, it ended up hitting more middle-class taxpayers.