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Synonyms for schedule

Synonyms for schedule

a series, as of names or words, printed or written down

an organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events

to enter on a schedule

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to plan the details or arrangements of

to set the time for (an event or occasion)

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Synonyms for schedule

a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to

an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur

plan for an activity or event

make a schedule

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With regard to the schedular excise-tax rates, the TRAIN law modified both the tax brackets and tax rates.
This means that those earning below P3 million will be exempt from the 12% VAT and will be subject to the 3% percentage tax only if they opt for the schedular personal income tax rates.
75) But the exceptions to this general rule are so plentiful that the end result is a system with some resemblance to a schedular system.
One motivation for rejection of the UK schedular model may have been commitment of Australian politicians to the goal of progressivity based on progressive rates applying to a taxpayer's total income.
It can be argued, however, that the contemporary trend is to emphasize the schedular nature of income and, in particular, to tax income from capital more lightly than labor income because of its higher mobility and elasticity (responsiveness to taxation).
There are three main areas where changes are likely - the abolishment of the old schedular system, which would allow a company to offset losses in one schedule against profits of another, the different ways in which trading and investment companies are taxed, and the creation of a level playing field for all capital assets where the tax treatment is in line with the accounting treatment.
revenue" expenditure [1]; the nature of profits and allowable deductions [4]; the geographical scope of UK income tax [4]; procedure [2]; the nature of income [1]; and appropriate schedular categorisation [1].
However, if a veteran dies of a nonservice-connected injury or disease, DIC survivor benefits would not be paid unless the veteran was: (1) continuously rated totally disabled by a schedular or unemployability rating for ten or more years immediately preceding death, or (2) continuously rated totally disabled by a schedular or unemployability rating from the date of the veteran's discharge or release from active duty for a period of not less than five years immediately preceding death.
A less onerous treatment of capital income than employment income is a feature of the tax code in almost half of all OECD countries, in those countries with such a schedular system, the average highest rate of tax on interest income is 25 per cent against 29 per cent on dividends.
The proposed rule adding Item 302(c) would require companies to disclose in schedular format the reserves for each significant element comprising a particular category of contingent liability.
Major changes in the design of the taxation system have been introduced in the form of presumptive basis of income taxation schedular basis for taxation of dividends, bank profits and interest, prizes, winnings from lottery, etc.
Major changes in the design of taxation system have been introduced in the form of presumptive basis of income taxation, schedular basis for taxation of dividends, bank profits and interest, prizes, winnings from lottery, etc; fixed tax on small business enterprises' minimum taxation on companies and registered firms based on turnover, and one time Corporate Assets Tax.
The plan to expand the use of schedular taxes based on specific criteria for different professions should help to catch a larger part of the hidden incomes of these categories, thus further helping to bring down the deficit.
Our GSS schedular uses a (spin) lock (implemented with fetch&adds) to coordinate the calculation of the next chunk size.
As for the second, all countries of the world but two, the United States and the Philippines, have favored the schedular or residential principle of income taxation.