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write-off

Informal something damaged beyond repair, esp a car
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KirKlees Council told The Examiner there were 1,332 cases where they had actioned a write-off from September 2011 until September 2013 - totalling PS5,177,858.
ie last July showing that some total write-offs were not only on the road again, but had been re-taxed by new owners and even passed the NCT.
How can you maximize your write-offs while minimizing your risk?
The loss, excluding write-offs, write-down and special charges was $800,000, or $.
So much so that National Salvage Group has started up its own database to make sure that any insurance write-off that arrives in its yards is immediately recorded on its computer, along with a photo showing the car's damage.
The write-off will not impair the ability of TNP to pay cash dividends on its preferred stock.
ISLAMABAD, December 06, 2009 (Frontier Star): The Bank of Punjab have write-off loan of 626 people worth of approximately Rs2.
The terms offered by Russia to write off Kyrgyzstan's debt are more beneficial than HIPC triggers, said Finance Minister Marat Sultanov during consideration of the agreement on Kyrgyz debt write-off by Russia at the session of the Parliamentary Committee on International Ties and Interparliamentary Cooperation today.
Council staff have now officially recorded the money as a write-off.
Revises Fourth Quarter Gross Profit Guidance Due to Asset Write-off and Accounting for Recent Acquisitions
This write-off does not impact the Company's liquidity or future cash flows.
Approximately 10% of our total expenses for the year reflect a one-time write-off of what management now believes to be a non-collectible debt from an invoice generated by previous management.