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Synonyms for loss

the act or an instance of losing something

the condition of being deprived of what one once had or ought to have

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gradual decline in amount or activity

the act of losing someone or something

the disadvantage that results from losing something


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the experience of losing a loved one

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

euphemistic expressions for death

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If sufficient amounts of suspended passive credits accumulate, the taxpayer might consider intentionally flunking the significant participation test one year and paying net investment income tax (18) but generating passive income against which the taxpayer may take current and suspended credits.
Therefore, I wanted to provide a step-by-step roadmap to help those who are retired or soon will be, to safely invest their disposable income in such a way as to provide consistent passive income for years to come.
The Tax Court also held that Hardy had no passive loss carryforwards from 2006 and 2007 available to offset passive income for 2008-2010.
In June 2012, the Commission received a complaint from Spain about the ITA 2010, claiming that it would continue to grant a selective advantage to offshore companies through the combined effect of the territorial system and the tax exemption for passive income.
Since passive losses are limited by the IRS to passive income, passive status limits your ability to maximize your losses and minimize your taxes.
Third Way thinking downplays state direction of the economy, emphasizes human capital investments and active labor market policies rather than passive income transfers and social service provisions.
more per recipient annually than passive income support.
To the extent the decedent has passive income in the year of death, the passive losses are deductible in full against the passive income.
Passive losses may only offset passive income or be carried forward and deducted when the passive activity is disposed of.
Section 1296 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, defines a passive foreign investment company (PFIC) as any foreign corporation which, in any taxable year, has either more than 50 percent of its assets invested to generate passive income or has more than 75 percent of its gross income in passive income.
One hundred percent of the investment in the Tax Credit Fund is tax deductible against passive income by the investor.
Gain or loss on the disposition of rental property is passive income or loss.
By definition, carry forwarded Passive Activity Losses from rental property can only be used when A) There is sufficient Passive Income to offset the Passive Losses; or B) The source of those PALs is disposed of; or C) The Investor acquires a Passive Income Generator (PIG).
A taxpayer's passive losses can be deducted only to the extent of passive income.
Very generally, subsection 1297(a) of the Code indicates that a foreign corporation is a PFIC if at least 75 percent of its gross income is "passive income," (54) or at least 50 percent of its assets (55) produce passive income or are held for the production of passive income.
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