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Synonyms for capitalize



capitalize on something


Synonyms for capitalize

to supply capital to or for

to derive advantage

Synonyms for capitalize

draw advantages from

supply with capital, as of a business by using a combination of capital used by investors and debt capital provided by lenders

write in capital letters


Related Words

compute the present value of a business or an income

consider expenditures as capital assets rather than expenses

convert (a company's reserve funds) into capital

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Under the new regime, losses are capitalized even if there is no unrecognized gain in the offsetting position, and recognized only when the position into which the loss is capitalized is disposed of.
1 (1979) (costs to restore irrigation system to original condition must be capitalized and amortized over their appropriate lives of 5, 10 or 30 years, depending on the portion of the irrigation system involved, since expenditures create independent assets that must be depreciated over their useful lives).
Thus, costs incurred in issuing debt to finance an asset or stock purchase are debt issuance costs and are not capitalized into the basis of the acquired assets.
However, if the taxpayer negotiates a new lease for property covered by an old lease, the cancellation payment should be capitalized and amortized over the life of the new lease.
92-80 (advertising capitalized if "directed towards obtaining future benefits") and Rev.
1.221-1(f)(1)(ii) defines capitalized interest as any unpaid accrued interest added by the lender to the amount of the loan (e.g., interest that accrued while the student was in school on a loan that did not have to be paid until after graduation).
If other courts follow it, companies are likely to find that all expansion costs must be capitalized unless plans to expand are abandoned.
The TAM holds that the removal costs must be capitalized but the encapsulation costs may be deducted currently.
In INDOPCO, the Court stated that business expenses with benefits extending beyond the current year might have to be capitalized, even if the expenditure does not create a separate and distinct asset.
53, producers capitalized these costs, also called exploitation costs, and wrote them off over the revenue stream--a process that took more than a decade in some cases.
As of first quarter 2011, 95.6% of U.S, banks were Well Capitalized, as the term is defined according to regulatory capital definitions.
For the first time in its 50-year history, Swanson Russell has surpassed $100 million in capitalized billings.
263A costs are costs that were not required to be capitalized before Sec.
The governor of the Irish central bank, Patrick Honohan, opined that commercial banks in the country would be well capitalized after the crisis.