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a deduction allowed to a taxpayer because of his status (having certain dependents or being blind or being over 65 etc.)

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Lone District, Baguio City) said equity dictates that one who pays income taxes during the twilight of his life should be allowed to claim additional exemption corresponding to that which can be claimed by one who pays income taxes while he is at the prime of his life.
She said the old waste exemptions have been replaced by a completely new list of exempt waste activities and are now grouped into five categories: non-registerable exemptions - also known as Non-Waste Framework, directive exemptions, which don't have to be registered; use of waste - U; treatment of waste - T; disposal of waste - D; and storage of waste - S.
All farmers who have exemptions registered under the old system will be receiving or will have already received a letter from the Environment Agency (EA) asking them to transfer their exemptions to the new system.
In support of defense activities, DOD prepares letters certifying that a proposed export qualifies for the use of certain ITAR exemptions by exporters.
Expanding the areas in which developers are required to provide affordable housing if they are to receive any tax exemptions from Manhattan between Canal and 96th Streets and a small area on the Brooklyn waterfront (which was the limited reach of 421-a) to Manhattan south of 136th St in West Harlem, south of 126th Street in Central Harlem and south of 117th street in East Harlem; Downtown Brooklyn, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Park Slope, most of Fort Greene, Prospect Heights, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Sunset Park, Bushwick, and the waterfront from north Red Hook to Astoria in Queens.
As The Times noted, "An analysis by The New York Times of laws passed since 1989 shows that more than 200 special arrangements, protections or exemptions for religious groups or their adherents were tucked into Congressional legislation, covering topics ranging from pensions to immigration laws to land use.
PGA Members can cash in on an unlimited number of exemptions, and Daly will do just that.
In the event the government disclosure officer determines an exemption applies to some or all of the requested information, consider having the FOIA request include a request that a Privilege Log be provided in the form of a Vaughn Index.
Leahy said FOIA provided a number of appropriate exemptions for national security, law enforcement, confidential business information, and personal privacy.
Take care to ensure taxpayers claim only the appropriate number of exemptions.
In the wake of the Columbia and Archer Daniels Midland exemptions, the DOL developed a "fast-track" approval process for companies when they follow the same route that another company that's won approval already used.
44 The FIE Rules provide for special exemptions from the tax avoidance motive test for certain NREs (including Regulated Investment Companies and Real Estate Investment Trusts as defined under the U.
He testified that his department finds the existing FOIA exemptions sufficient, but "if the private sector doesn't believe it.
The Federal Reserve Board announced on May 4, 2001, that it is publishing a final rule granting exemptions from and providing interpretations of section 23A of the Federal Reserve Act.