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sell

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capitalize on something

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to supply capital to or for

to derive advantage

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draw advantages from

supply with capital, as of a business by using a combination of capital used by investors and debt capital provided by lenders

write in capital letters

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compute the present value of a business or an income

consider expenditures as capital assets rather than expenses

convert (a company's reserve funds) into capital

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Betterment: An expenditure is a capitalizable betterment if it:
The court did note, however, that an otherwise deductible expense could be capitalizable if it is part of an overall plan of general improvement).
SFAS 34 also includes computational guidelines for calculating capitalizable interest: "The amount capitalized in an accounting period shall be determined by applying an interest rate(s) (the capitalization rate) to the average amount of accumulated expenditures for the asset during the period.
As a second illustration, the preamble explains that in order to avoid potential ambiguities or uncertainties regarding the meaning of the word "enhance," the final regulations delete the concept in favor of identifying specific circumstances involving capitalizable "enhancements" (such as upgrades in a membership).
The basic question involves the difference between deductible and capitalizable expenditures.
I can share one experience where we established a materiality level in testing for capitalizable items that were expensed.
Additionally, the proposed regulations would add a new modified simplified production method that allows producers to determine the capitalizable portion of preproduction-related, additional Sec.
When evaluating the acquisition of another business, the issue becomes not only whether the expenditure is deductible rather than capitalizable but also whether it will reduce taxable income at all.
As a result, TAM 9144042 concludes that professional fees incurred in resisting a takeover attempt "will not uniformly be classified as either currently deductible under section 162 of the Code or capitalizable under section 263 of the Code.
263A-3(d) (the simplified production method and simplified resale method, respectively) are exceptions to this rule because they allocate a pool of capitalizable costs between ending inventory and cost of goods sold using a ratio rather than allocating them to specific inventory items.
Without the proper recordkeeping, IRS agents may assume, by default, that the costs of consultants who are not programmers fall into capitalizable reengineering.
Deciding whether an expenditure is deductible or capitalizable has always been difficult.
Many lump-sum payments could be allocated between deductible and capitalizable expenditures, or could be allocated among capitalizable expenditures with different amortization schedules.
The increase from Q3 2006 was due primarily to increases in salaries and wages and expenses related to additional facilities, predominantly resulting from the acquired business in September 2006, increases in sales incentive plans and bonus expenses due to increased overall financial performance, amortization of acquired intangible assets and costs associated with the initial stages of our mySAP upgrade in EMEA that were not capitalizable," Laybourne said.
The Tax Court held that royalties made to a third party for the use of a patent, which gave the taxpayer the right to manufacture the third party's branded kitchen tools, were capitalizable to inventory under Sec.