abatement

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Synonyms for abatement

Synonyms for abatement

the act or process of becoming less active or intense

an amount deducted

Synonyms for abatement

an interruption in the intensity or amount of something

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Fouquet has made an abatement of a third, so that the people have been plundered, without your majesty profiting by it.
The evening wore away with no abatement of this soothing politeness; and her spirits were gradually raised to a modest tranquillity.
There had been no abatement in the ferocity of the tempest, nor was there indication of any.
He felt that he could leave her with a quiet mind to tread the paths of distinction, and wished--but without abatement of patronage, and without prejudice to the retiring virtues of his favourite child-- that he had such another daughter.
Still, there was no abatement in the storm, but it blew harder.
GFOA responded to the ED by: 1) encouraging the GASB to provide for a more "balanced" picture of tax abatements by incorporating information on the benefits of tax abatement programs; 2) simplifying required disclosures; and 3) providing practical help for governments that are legally prohibited from providing certain specific information on tax abatements.
77, Tax Abatement Disclosures, requires governments to disclose information about their own tax abatements separately from information about tax abatements that are entered into by other governments and reduce the reporting government's tax revenues.
Tax abatements can significantly reduce the amount of revenue a government receives," GASB Chair David Vaudt said in a statement.
8) Good Jobs First has made a concerted effort to gather the value of abatements offered in the United States, but can only report them accurately for the states of Louisiana, Maine, and Michigan.
To uniformly apply penalty abatements, the IRS developed a decision-support software program called the Reasonable Cause Assistant (RCA).
Ford said 654 abatements were granted and processed, totaling about $1.
will enable the McCarthys to prove their entitlement and collect $30,000 of tax abatements improperly denied over the course often years.
Few of the major developers in Jersey City would discuss the Canco abatement, but government sources said the council has been approached about sweetening existing abatement agreements for other developers and is also negotiating more generous first-time abatements for new projects.
This paper reports on a study that analyzed the effectiveness of this financing intervention (CRA loans), as well as the effectiveness of abatements in reducing childhood lead exposure.
Generally, participants agreed that for home abatements, sampling is likely not worth the expense, and it makes more sense financially to just solve the problem.