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Antonyms for unearned

not gained by merit or labor or service


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Payton Lobdell started the resumption and allowed an unearned run in three innings.
Any compensation that does not fall into the earned income category is considered unearned income, which by default includes any income that is not earned.
Unearned Revenue: Unearned revenue on the balance sheet as of January 31, 2019 was $8.56 billion, an increase of 22% year-over-year, and 24% in constant currency.
In 2019, kiddies can have up to $2,200 of unearned income without owing tax.
In January, Maiden announced an amendment to its quota share agreement with AmTrust for the cut-off of the ongoing and unearned premium of AmTrust's Small Commercial Business and U.S.
The amendment provides, effective January 1, 2019, for the cut-off of the ongoing and unearned premium of AmTrust's Small Commercial Business and US Extended Warranty and Specialty Risk as of December 31, 2018, with the remainder of the Maiden Quota Share Agreement remaining in place.
The study also found an inverse effect of education, off-farm income, farming area, annual unearned income, access to credit, number of animals and adaptation to various risks on poverty status of farm households.
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One of those areas was the "kiddie tax," the tax imposed on certain children with unearned income.
Yet, despite his entering into those agreements, Langan would fail to givehis clients an accounting of those fees at the end ofhis representation of them and would take months to refund unearned fees.
It drew ire because it is a privilege unearned. By virtue of being born at a certain time and educated a certain way, a particular group feels that it is better than others.
The Canadians had seven hits, just one more than Eugene, but got a three-run triple and five unearned runs courtesy of five errors by the Emeralds, who had three errors in the opener.
They combined to commit only 27 errors and allowed only 20 unearned runs (first all time).
Congress enacted a tax on "unearned child income" in 1986 to discourage parents from shifting investment income to their children in order to take advantage of a child's lower marginal tax rates [Committee Report on Tax Reform Act of 1986 (TRA), PL 99-514]; this has been dubbed the "kiddie tax." Originally, the kiddie tax applied to children younger than age 14 who had unearned income above a certain threshold (TRA).