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gross

a unit of quantity equal to 12 dozen
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For instance they can be taxed on gross income in excess of the PS1,000 exemption or dis-apply the exemption and calculate the profit or loss in the normal way i.e.
1.446-1(e)(2)(ii)(a) provides that a change in method of accounting includes a change in the overall plan of accounting for gross income or deductions or a change in the treatment of any material items used in such an overall plan.
The analysis of Office for National Statistics figures showed that the average gross income, including benefits, in the group was PS9,743 but after tax the figure was PS5,132.
The figures for 2012/13 showed that for the poorest 10%, some 13.9% of their gross income went on VAT, 7.2% on council tax and 5.6% on alcohol or tobacco duties.
301.6501(e)-1(a)(1)(iii) provides that gross income generally means only the gains realized from the disposition of investment property.
The key question for the Tax Court, then, was whether such "overstatements qualify as omissions from gross income under Sections 6501(e)(1)(A) and 6229(c)(2) and thus trigger the six-year limitations period." The court answered in the negative, that basis overstatements are not "omissions from gross income." Intermountain Ins.
(1) A married taxpayer with gross income of $3,650 or more in 2010 must file a return if he and his spouse are living in different households at the end of the taxable year.
* Only the net amount of damages received from qualified settlement funds is included in gross income. Essentially, the legal fees and costs are afforded an above-the-line deduction.
Participants must pay interest, computed at the IRS underpayment rate plus 1 percentage point, and must also pay an additional tax equal to 20 percent of the amount required to be included in gross income.
The purchase price of $5,050,000, or 10.8 times the gross income, is considered the highest price to date for such an asset, said Trionfo.
As long as he doesn't exceed the required adjusted gross income, he can deduct interest from student loans.
(2) Her accountant tells her that only $5,520 of her $9,600 Social Security income is considered taxable--resulting in an adjusted gross income (for tax purposes) of $35,920.