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Synonyms for discount

Synonyms for discount

to take away (a quantity) from another quantity

an amount deducted

Synonyms for discount

the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise

interest on an annual basis deducted in advance on a loan

a refund of some fraction of the amount paid


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an amount or percentage deducted

give a reduction in price on

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com, CalCPA members may be eligible for discounted auto insurance rates.
The networks also sell discounted vitamins and health-related videos, audio tapes and books on their Web sites.
IRS) to the extent not distributed to the account owner before death) held by a decedent at death could be discounted for the associated income tax liability.
Fifty years ago, Phoenix pioneered the now-common practice of lower life insurance rates for women, and we led the industry by offering discounted premiums for non-smokers," said Polkinghorn.
The Tax Court held that the transferred interests should be discounted from the underlying net asset value by 15% for the MI and another 24% for the LOM.
The result is generally a deferral of taxable income to the extent discounted goods remain in inventory at the end of the tax year.
Employers, who may not be able to offer certain employees health insurance, now have a low-cost way of attracting and rewarding employees, consumers have access to a broad network of health care providers at discounted rates, and physicians receive payment directly from the debit card at the time of service," said Chris Skelly, head of Aetna Health-Related Financial Solutions.
Special rules would apply if the employer offers property at one or more discounted prices to discrete customer groups.
These discounted services and special products will provide help with everything from weight loss to smoking cessation with trusted names like Weight Watchers and the American Cancer Society.
In Eisenberg, the donor took a series of discounts, then discounted the stock even further for the full amount of the built-in capital gains.
In this one-of-a-kind offering, approximately 14 million Americans may qualify for discounted insurance rates on their automobile and home coverage.
If they transfer limited interests to their heirs, the value of such interests may be discounted.