unearned


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not gained by merit or labor or service

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For the second game in a row, Vancouver got all the offense it would need in the third inning when it scored four runs, including two unearned, on two hits.
However, the TRA defined unearned income to include anything except Sec.
Therefore, when a company sells a gift card, cash has been received, but goods or services have yet to be provided--the seller records this increase in cash along with a liability for unearned revenue.
The Sox have surrendered 12 unearned runs already in 21 games.
Tracking Washington: House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Charles Rangel said lawmakers are considering paying for healthcare legislation by imposing a new tax on unearned income such as capital gains, a measure aimed at wealthier Americans.
THE Scottish government are looking at how to tax unearned income in a change to their plans to replace the council tax.
Fresno State 2, CSUN 1: The Bulldogs scored a pair of unearned runs in the top of the seventh to beat the Matadors (0-4-1) at the Kajikawa Classic.
Rothschild states he "believes in taxing unearned income at higher rates than earned income.
If total workers' wages are not sufficient to support all workers, don't worry; capitalism has unearned income.
The December property/casualty edition covered the opinion reversal of the attorney general of New York in relation to unearned premiums.
Fragmented across disparate systems, applications and organizational boundaries, the quote-to-cash cycle and associated processes are now fertile ground for profit loss in the form of late pays, chargebacks, write-offs, penalties and unearned discounts.
If the income tax treated earned and unearned income by the same rules, its graduated rates would naturally hit unearned income the hardest.
His last book, Wealth and Dermocracy, was a modulated but unmistakable work of anger at what he saw as the accumulation of enormous unearned wealth at the top of an ever-narrowing pyramid that has left the average American facing economic vulnerability and political impotence.
IN THAT PERIOD, DECLINING GOVERNMENT AND BUSINESS SUPPORT FOR DANCE COMPANIES SERVED TO CURTAIL GROWTH IN UNEARNED INCOME.