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subtract

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to take away (a quantity) from another quantity

to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

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Perhaps, if there were an incentive, such as being able to deduct the value of your time or services from your taxes and a means to protect the professional from malpractice claims, more professionals would donate their services to the poor.
Deduct five more if the coach gets caught in a strip joint at halftime of a game.
5) She cannot deduct these medical expenses because 7.
The shareholder can only deduct the health insurance as an itemized deduction subject to the 7.
Accrual method taxpayers may be allowed to deduct employment taxes on vacation/bonus pay accrued at year-end but not paid until the subsequent year.
The taxpayers argued that debt basis is determined at the end of each year; thus, they could deduct the losses and treat the repayments as nontaxable.
Under current rules, not all taxpayers who have IRAs and belong to a company retirement plan can deduct their full IRA contribution from taxes.
69-21 supplies taxpayers an alternative method (apart from section 162) under which they may deduct expenditures to remedy year-2000 software problems.
A self-employed individual can deduct 25 percent of his/her medical insurance as a deduction to adjusted gross income.
Accordingly, in the example above, to change to an accounting method under which X could deduct in 2005 the insurance premium and equipment rental payments attributable to 2006, X would have to file two Forms 3115--one under the automatic consent procedure by the due date of the 2005 return to change to the 12-month rule for both payments, and the other under the advance consent procedure, which would have to be filed by Dec.
301 allows individuals to deduct "qualified contributions" up to 100 percent of their contribution base--to the extent they exceed other deductible charitable contributions.
Therefore, it now could deduct the previously disallowed interest of $787,994.
This means you can deduct $15,000 for a $45,000 piece of equipment, then depreciate the remaining $30,000 as you normally would.
Under the new tax law, she now can deduct computer, copier, fax, a second telephone line and business traveling costs from her taxes.
Thus, the corporation should be allowed to deduct the expenses under section 162(a).