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Synonyms for gain

Synonyms for gain

to come into possession of

to obtain possession or control of

to acquire as a result of one's behavior or effort

to succeed in doing

to receive, as wages, for one's labor

to derive advantage

to achieve an increase of gradually

to reach (a goal or objective)

something earned, won, or otherwise acquired

Synonyms for gain

a quantity that is added

the advantageous quality of being beneficial

the amount of increase in signal power or voltage or current expressed as the ratio of output to input

the amount by which the revenue of a business exceeds its cost of operating

obtain

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win something through one's efforts

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rise in rate or price

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increase or develop

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If the parents plan to postpone a sale until 2008 when the child's capital gain rate could be zero, they have to make sure that he or she reaches 18 by then; otherwise, the gain will still be taxed at the parents' (presumably higher) rate (see CCH, Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005: Law and Explanation, [paragraph] 210).
Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service released proposed regulations under section 987 of the Internal Revenue Code (the "2006 proposed regulations"), which provide rules for determining income, gain, and loss attributable to a U.
After accounting for the $500,000 exclusion under IRC section 121, the couple would owe capital gains tax on the remaining $110,000 of gain ($610,000-$500,000).
Because of California's high income tax rates, many clients will be subject to the AMT where they have a large amount of taxable gain from the sale of their business.
Capital gains taxes eliminate more than hall of their 10-year return on investment.
More recently, researchers have demonstrated that Kentucky and Texas made substantially larger gains on state tests (the KIRIS and TAAS, respectively) than on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).
Some investors match gains and losses at year-end, in an effort to wind up the year with net losses rather than net gains.
The impedance multiplication concept with a positive feedback buffer amplifier was analyzed and utilized in a bootstrap PV transimpedance amplifier to measure photocurrent of a 200 [omega] shunt resistance photodiode with a maximum signal gain of [10.
Once the gains and losses in each category have been netted, categories with net losses are offset against the net gains in other categories in the following order.
The extent of actuarial gains or losses subsequent to transition and whether such gains or losses are outside the 10-percent gain/loss corridor.
You could sell losing investments before the end of the year to offset capital gains, said Laura Vahl, a certified public accountant in Beverly Hills.
The internal feedback resistors of the MCP6G0x amplifiers are laid out in consideration of thermal gradient issues to reduce gain error over temperature.
Thus, if there is a vertical carve-out, the second factor--character of the asset--determines whether the sale proceeds should be taxed as ordinary income or capital gain.
Third, Greene performs a kind of cost-effectiveness analysis: Do vouchers produce gains at lower cost than other education reforms?
Recently, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals held that the per-share valuation can be reduced for potential capital gains on corporate liquidation, or on a distribution or sale of its capital assets (for example, real estate).