offsetable

offsetable

(ˌɒfˈsɛtəbəl)
adj
able to balance, counteract, or compensate for something else
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The regressivity is offsetable through a more progressive use of the tax revenue generated from other sources, mostly through the expenditure side of the national budget.
The Commission also directed its staff to open a proceeding to evaluate offsetable expense recovery practices and policies, and recommend permanent revisions.
As ordered by the Commission, requests to recover offsetable expenses will be processed only if a district has filed a General Rate Case (GRC) application within its three-year rate case cycle and the district is not earning more than its authorized rate of return on a forward-looking, pro-forma basis.
The Company can continue to track offsetable expenses in a regulatory memorandum account for potential recovery subject to the Commission's future determination of appropriate practices and policies.