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subtract

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to take away (a quantity) from another quantity

to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

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Last year, then chief justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar had taken suo motu notice on public complaints that an unreasonable and high amount of tax/other charges were being deducted from the topping up balance through 'easy load' and calling cards, besides taxing the calls.
'They will also not deduct the wages of pregnant workers when they go for their maternity checkup,' he said.
A taxpayer may deduct the actual amount of sales taxes paid during the year or, alternatively, may use tables created by the IRS to determine the allowable deduction.
1) IRA fees may be deducted from a taxable account (i.e., joint or single).
Also, the IRS does not allow you to deduct contributions made to specific individuals.
Taxpayers with special-needs children may be able to deduct various education and related costs as medical expenses.
However, in an effort to treat them the same as homeowners, Congress added a provision to the tax code specifically allowing tenant-shareholders to deduct such taxes.
Ask your accountants and financial advisors if they think your residents can deduct the complete assisted living monthly service fee costs--including all of the shelter, services, and care components.
So, from a tax perspective, if the landlord collects a lower rent and has the tenant pay for the improvements he could, in effect, deduct the cost over the term of the lease as opposed to the 39-year period.
companies' expansion plans [by making] training costs harder to deduct." The Journal article quoted one corporate executive as saying the ruling is "devastating" and may "put the brakes on our efforts to expand." It then elaborated that "tax experts" believe "the auto industry could have trouble trying to deduct the cost of training workers who design and build new vehicle models."
The significant point, however, is that only taxpayers in the first category can fully deduct all operating expenses and carrying charges related to their timber activity against income from any source each year as incurred.
Simply stated, "Deduct Everything!: Save Money with Hundreds of Legal Tax Breaks, Credits, Write-Offs, and Loopholes" by tax specialist Eva Rosenberg should be read carefully from cover to cover by every tax payer in the country.
162(1) and the purchaser could deduct the premiums above-the-line (if all the other Sec.
IRS Field Attorney Advice 20061701F, (April 28, 2006), which may not be used or cited as precedent, considered whether accrual basis taxpayers can deduct employment taxes on vacation/bonus pay accrued at year-end, but not paid until the next year.