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Synonyms for exempt

Synonyms for exempt

to free from an obligation or duty

Synonyms for exempt

grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to

grant exemption or release to

(of persons) freed from or not subject to an obligation or liability (as e.g. taxes) to which others or other things are subject


(of goods or funds) not subject to taxation


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However, if in return for a payment, an exempt organization agrees not to sell products or services that compete with the sponsor's, the sponsor will have a substantial return benefit.
org) represents the license exempt wireless internet service providers association.
Moreover, RSS impermissibly served private interests; RSS's activity was not so substantially and closely related to the exempt purposes of its affiliates that these private interests could be disregarded.
The DOL revised the tests to determine whether white-collar employees are exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) minimum wage and overtime requirements.
In comments submitted to the IRS, the Tax Exempt Bond Recycling Coalition noted that for facilities that recycle waste by converting the material into useful products, such as waste paper recycling facilities, the proposed regulations significantly would reduce the portion of facilities that qualifies for tax-exempt financing by changing the point at which the solid waste recycling process is deemed to end.
If you have ever read the regs, it appears they could be interpreted so that no one who doesn't sign company checks (which includes most reporters) is exempt from overtime pay.
the participating interest is not an exempt interest or is an exempt interest only because of the CFA or Qualifying Entity exemptions;
In the second situation, however, the exempt entity required its members to perform services endorsing the taxable entity's product.
From the White House's perspective, only one option remains: Tax those who are currently exempt.
Such a move also would exempt vehicles that are not necessarily classic, allowing so-called dirty vehicles to stay on the road, Reynolds said.
The better run not-for-profits would continue to maintain their exempt status, and those that aren't as careful as they should be might face these intermediate sanctions.
The webinar is led by an expert in exempt versus non-exempt worker classification, Doug Pilarski, Chief Talent Management Consultant, Sawyer TMS, and focuses on:
With Notice 2006-93 providing guidance on the 2006 Form 1099-INT, Interest Income, requirements for reporting exempt interest and exempt-interest dividends, the IRS has offered tenuous relief from reporting procedures.
Their employers failed to properly classify them as exempt or nonexempt from overtime pay.
A similar spirit has informed the early efforts of the Internal Revenue Service's Tax Exempt Bond (TEB) Group in its choice of which bonds to audit.