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vacation

chiefly Brit a period of the year when the law courts or universities are closed

What does it mean when you dream about vacation?

See Holiday.

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However, to give an accurate opinion, we must in our analysis determine the economic profit, if the vacation remains unchanged and two CRNA's leave.
When personal use is fewer than 15 days (or 10% of the total rental period), the vacation home will qualify primarily as a rental, permitting associated loss deductions.
The idea for the Vacation Club originally grew out of a brainstorming session when someone said, "Isn't it a shame our residents can't go on vacation sometimes.
But BV could also fall under the jurisdiction of CAS 415, since these costs are often deferred for many years, until the employee either uses the vacation time or leaves the firm.
Since that event occurred within 2 1/2 months after the end of the tax year, the vacation pay was not deferred compensation and therefore could be deducted in the year of accrual in accordance with the normal principles applicable to accrual-basis taxpayers.
based professional association representing the vacation ownership and resort development industries.
Those results only illustrated a 34 percent increase of performance, which demonstrates the tremendous impact of the vacation mind-set.
The initial phases of the vacation ownership resort call for the development of 198 villa-style, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom units on 29.
LeisureLink's long-term focus on the vacation rental industry made them an obvious choice to serve our clients," said Hopcroft.
With just one vacation ownership development in our portfolio, it makes sense for us to affiliate with an industry leader that has extensive experience in marketing and selling the vacation ownership product.
By studying the Vacation Gap, Air New Zealand is continuing its efforts to make our flights a positive part of the entire vacation experience," said Gus Gilmore, vice president of Air New Zealand - The Americas.