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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

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(of goods or funds) not subject to taxation

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According to New York attorney Blair Soyster, quoted in NEPA's Hotline, reporters and editors whose work requires "invention, imagination, originality and talent" may be exempt from overtime requirements, while those whose responsibilities are limited to requiring "intelligence, diligence and accuracy" may not be exempt.
33) For taxation years beginning after 2002 and before October 30, 2003, an exempt interest includes all participating interests in qualifying entities.
If exempt workers find the investments too risky, or even too safe, they can switch funds - a choice obviously not offered by the federal government.
Somewhat less controversial at this point is a proposal by the Inspection and Maintenance Review Committee, which makes recommendations on the state's Smog Check program, to exempt vehicles that rolled off the assembly line less than five years ago.
Why should they have exempt status just because of that?
5 billion in assets for individual and institutional investors including 22 tax exempt municipal bond funds for residents of Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Kansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin.
Case studies of what other HR executives are doing to classify exempt versus non-exempt employees, what techniques they have utilized, how have they been penalized for misclassification, and important lessons learned that you need to know about
5, 2006, payees can avoid backup withholding on exempt interest by providing their TINs in any reasonable manner, including orally or by an uncertified writing.
The officers, department heads, certain licensed professionals and even the office manager probably are exempt.
A reduction of the principal or interest on the exempt loan if it uses them to repay the exempt loan.
Remember, the guys who prepare voter guides normally are not tax exempt, so they don't have one to lose; you have the tax-exempt status.
Foreign recipient organization uses the grant for activities consistent with the grantor's exempt purpose;
There are several categories of exempt interests in a FIE:
THE IRS ISSUED NEW DISCLOSURE RULES TO INCREASE the extent to which exempt organizations must distribute information to the public.
The interest on qualified private activity bonds is tax-exempt as long as the bonds are used exclusively for exempt purposes.