recompute

recompute

(ˌriːkəmˈpjuːt)
vb (tr)
to compute (calculations, results, data, etc.) again
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Macarambon explained he only asked the Bureau of Customs (BOC) to recompute the taxes his in-laws should pay over the gold and jewelry they bought worth P7 million.
1986), in which the IRS was permitted to recompute taxable income in closed tax years to adjust NOL and charitable contribution carryovers to open years.
In this step, we explain how to recompute difference between [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Try this simple, do-it-at-your-desk exercise: Take your Profit and Loss (P&L) statement and remove sales revenue, then recompute the numbers.
The bank asked for more money before they could recompute! What makes them think I can give more money when I can't even pay my monthly instalments?
Their basic approach is to take younger cohorts (born 1948-1953) and recompute their Social Security taxes and benefits applying the limits on covered earnings faced by cohorts born twelve and twenty-four years earlier.
The eight men not only had to recompute the date from Biblical and symbolic angles, but also fight the overwhelming power of the authority of Church Fathers.
When computing the Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District Surcharge, however, a taxpayer must recompute its tax using the rates that were in effect for the period from July 1, 1997, through June 30, 1998.
1, 2006, the P & E Policy Office will recompute the program values based on the components' attestations.
Real-time airspace redesign will be uplinked to aircraft to recompute flight trajectories.
But state officials will have to recompute their tax and either send them a refund or bill them the extra amount - and that could translate into delays, Cooperrider said.