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Synonyms for excess

Synonyms for excess

an amount or quantity beyond what is needed, desired, or appropriate

immoderate indulgence, as in food or drink

being more than is needed, desired, or appropriate

Synonyms for excess

a quantity much larger than is needed

immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits

the state of being more than full

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excessive indulgence

more than is needed, desired, or required

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This $595 is the tax benefit of the excess of the deductible amount over the recognized compensation cost.
In a recent negotiation of a complex D & O program with eight excess policies, we focused on special terms inserted in an excess policy that would allow an insurer to appeal an adverse judgment against the insureds even if the insureds had no wish to do so.
SA/LW Conference and the OSCE Document on SA/LW adopted in November 2000 contain provisions urging effective stockpile management and destruction of excess arms.
Demand in the United States and around the world has dropped off sharply, leaving excess capacity and excess inventories.
While Bigvine's customer base comprises mainly smaller businesses, it has reached out to larger businesses with excess inventory, recently working deals with Delta Airlines and Starwood Hotels.
If you apply for excess SCRIE while you own the building you can get it," explained Kupferman, "but you can't file for the excess after you sell the building.
For more information on AIG Specialty Excess, Accident Site Advisor or PublicResponse, please contact Lea Spacek at 212-458-2696 or lea.
An account seeking excess reinsurance will generally want a reinsurer to provide a layer or layers of capacity in excess of its own capacity.
The tax adviser has shown how a stock redemption can extract assets creating an excess passive gross receipts problem for an S corporation.
This provision seems to imply that to avoid the second-tier tax, tax-exempts must monitor themselves and correct excess benefit transactions before the IRS imposes the first-tier tax upon audit.
For retiree health benefits, employer payments are all tax deductible - unless they come from excess pension assets, which were already deducted as contributions to the pension trust.
CEO Delmar Janovec explained, "Estimated to encompass a $60 billion market, excess inventories continually plague retailers and manufacturers with a tremendous financial burden.
Excess benefits comprise compensation packages, loans, unreported benefits and transfers of property and other transactions with insiders or related parties.
Similar to the changes surrounding the capitation market, "we see the market between providers and reinsurers also changing," said Richard Berve, product manager of Provider Excess Insurance for GE Employers Reinsurance Corp.
But the mere appearance of the first prototype created enormous demand, far in excess of potential supply, in a clear case of structural imbalance between supply and demand.