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twelve dozen

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the entire amount of income before any deductions are made

earn before taxes, expenses, etc

before any deductions

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lacking fine distinctions or detail

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repellently fat

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visible to the naked eye (especially of rocks and anatomical features)

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conspicuously and tastelessly indecent

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conspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible

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Because the winnings are not paid to the taxpayer or includible in his or her gross income, it would also make no sense to require casinos to report the income on Form W-2G.
Total and Selected Sources of Adjusted Gross Income, Tax Years 2006
The deduction cannot exceed the amount reported as gross income from the litigation.
A participant with respect to whom there is a failure to satisfy the election and distribution requirements must currently include in gross income all amounts deferred for the participant under the plan, plus any interest or earnings on those amounts, except to the extent the amounts are subject to a "substantial risk of forfeiture" or have previously been included in the participant's income.
5 percent of adjusted gross income (exclusion) is $2,694.
Sales revenue of beverage products increased by $1,170,000 USD, gross income increased by $500,000 USD.
6229(c)(2), if a partnership "omits from gross income" an amount that should be included and that exceeds 25% of the amount of gross income stated in its return, the period for assessing tax attributable to its partnership items is extended to six years.
Section 67 limits miscellaneous itemized deductions to expenditures in excess of 2% of adjusted gross income.
Under the plan's terms, the employer pays the entire premium for this coverage and excludes the coverage's cost from the employee's gross income.
Because employee expenses incurred under an accountable plan may be taken as a deduction from AGI, reimbursements received under an accountable plan are not required to be included in the employee's gross income, since the amounts would net to zero in calculating taxable income.
The rules: Single taxpayers with an adjusted gross income of less than $30,000 can deduct the full IRA contribution from taxes.
A Manhattan Supreme court judge has found that the law, which was passed by the legislature as part of the Rent Regulation Act of 1993, does not violate the Equal Protection clause even though it uses a tenant's adjustable gross income rather than actual realized income to trigger its procedure.
642(c)(1), a trust is allowed a deduction in computing its taxable income for any amount of gross income, without limitation, that under the terms of the governing instrument is, during the tax year, paid for a charitable purpose.
IRC section 215(a) says an individual who makes alimony payments may deduct them and the recipient must include them in his or her gross income.
The IRC defines gross income as the remainder after subtracting cost of goods sold.