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gross

a unit of quantity equal to 12 dozen
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Maximizing gross margins requires focus on the right drivers and alignment of these objectives by the senior management team to the front-line people closest to the action.
Gross expressed his thoughts in two articles, which eventually fell into the hands of the Gestapo.
The city of Los Angeles evaluated car ownership and found that 32 percent of those driving gross polluters had family incomes of less than $10,000 per year.
861-8 provides a two-step process in which these expenses are charged against gross income; first, expenses are allocated to the classes of gross income to which they are definitely related and, second, they are apportioned (within the class(es) of gross income) among statutory and residual groupings of gross income.
If a taxpayer conducts an MPGE activity with regard to QPP that is significant in nature, then the total gross receipts from the lease, rental, license, sale, exchange, or other disposition of the QPP will be considered to be DPGR.
If an employee elects after-tax treatment, the employer allocates the appropriate portion of the group premium to that employee and includes that amount in the employee's gross income for the year in which the payments are made (i.
But, as Gross and Levitt explain, "The Newtonian laws of celestial mechanics are expressed by a decidedly nonlinear system of ordinary differential equations.
The combined gross revenues of those companies displaced from the BE INDUSTRIAL/SERVICE 100 was $307.
Gross profit margin was 72%, up from 58% in Q1 2007, and down from 91% in Q2 2006
83-6(a)(2), a safe-harbor provision, provides that the employee is presumed to have included in gross income any compensation received, if the employer has timely met all the requirements of Sec.
QPAI is the excess of the taxpayer's domestic production gross receipts (DPGR) over allocable expenses.
Sheldon Gross, president of Sheldon Gross Realty, announced that SYTEX, Inc.