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Synonyms for allow

let

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allow for something

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Synonyms for allow

to neither forbid nor prevent

to afford an opportunity for

to set aside or distribute as a share

to recognize, often reluctantly, the reality or truth of

Synonyms for allow

make it possible through a specific action or lack of action for something to happen

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give or assign a resource to a particular person or cause

make a possibility or provide opportunity for

allow or plan for a certain possibility

afford possibility

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allow the other (baseball) team to score

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grant as a discount or in exchange

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allow the presence of or allow (an activity) without opposing or prohibiting

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No deduction is allowed for any amount taken into account in determining the credit.
If this is really the case, the decision in Drucker implies there will seldom be a home-office deduction allowed for an employee of a company.
States also vary in the length of time allowed for extensions of time to file and pay; while Alabama and Maine allow 10 years, Texas allows only four years.
2523(a), a marital deduction equal to the property's value is allowed for gifts of property between spouses.
If the taxpayer admits liability to part of the claimed amount, a deduction is allowed for the undisputed portion, but a mere offer to compromise a disputed claim will not create a deduction.
31, 1993.(13) For these assets, the 150% declining-balance method allowable for AMT is allowed for ACE depreciation.
One component of the ACE adjustment is an umbrella provision that disallows deductions that are not permitted in determining earnings and profits (E&P).(4) Dividends received deductions (DRDs) reduce regular taxable income but do not reduce E&P and so are generally not allowed for ACE purposes.(5) However, certain 80% and 100% DRDs are allowed for ACE purposes (these exceptions will be discussed later).