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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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References in classic literature ?
Whereas the bad and ignorant will desire to gain more than both?
there is one event to good and evil; if I gain any good I must pay for it; if I lose any good I gain some other; all actions are indifferent.
Neither can it be said, on the other hand, that the gain of rectitude must be bought by any loss.
For them, the sale of appreciated capital assets should be structured to occur from 2008-2010, when most long-term capital gains are tax free for income normally taxed in the 15% tax bracket or lower and below the kiddie tax unearned income threshold; see Sec.
The Treasury and IRS believe this result is appropriate, mainly because foreign currency gains and losses with respect to assets and liabilities that are not financial assets are often, in their view, non-economic gains and losses.
This article thus explores the general tax roles associated with home ownership and suggests ways taxpayers can minimize their gains when selling their homes.
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).
Previously, in order to avoid capital gains taxes, sellers had to roll over all their net proceeds from a sale of a principal residence into a new principal residence bought within two years.
The reason: mutual funds are required to distribute all realized gains to shareholders.
The Section 1042 tax break is straightforward: The owner of a private business who sells at least 30 percent, and as much as 100 percent, of that business to an employee stock-ownership plan, or ESOP, owes no capital-gains taxes on the proceeds, as long as he reinvests the gains in other domestic corporate securities and does not sell those securities during his lifetime.
GAIN Capital Group, a leading non-bank provider of foreign exchange (forex) trading and asset management services, today announced the launch of Learn to Trade Forex (www.
197 intangible, recapture rules may require treating any resulting gain as ordinary income.
However, those who exercise NQOs and dare to hold the stock--anticipating future value increases and long term, capital gain tax benefits--do expose themselves to risk.
The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 amended Internal Revenue Code section 1 (h) to provide for new capital gains rates for individual taxpayers.