deduct

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الإنجليزية - التركية
çıkarmak
hesaptan düşme
çıkar
netice çıkarma
tümdengelimli
istidlâl
tümdengelim
(Askeri) SONUÇ ÇIKARMAK: Herhangi bir konu üzerinde, araştırma ve inceleme yapmak suretiyle bir sonuca varmak
{f} düşmek
netice
hesaptan düşmek
eksiltmek
azaltmak
indirmek
istintaç etmek sonuç çıkarmak deduction istintaç
sonuç
{f} hesaptan indirmek
deductive istintaç ve istidlâl yolunda olan
tenzil
(Ticaret) indirim yapmak
deduction
kesinti
deduction
{i} çıkarılan miktar
deduct from account
(Ticaret) hesaptan düşmek
deduct from one's account
hesaptan düşmek
deduct from one's bill
hesaptan düşmek
deduct from the bill
(Gıda) hesaptan indirmek
deduct and withhold
(Ticaret) tenzil ve tevkif
deduct from one's salary
maaşından kesmek
deduct from the amount
tutardan düşmek
deduct from the profit
kardan düşmek
deduct from the salary
maaştan kesmek
deduct from the sum
tutardan düşmek
deduct tare
darasını düşmek
deduct the tare of
darasını düşmek
deduction
{i} sonuç çıkarma
deduction
tümdengelim
deduction
(Ticaret) tenzil
deduction
indirme
deduction
netice
deduction
(Ticaret) iskonto
deduction
sonuç
deduction
tenzilat
deduction
(Denizbilim) dedüksiyon
deduction
(Osmanlıca) istidlal
deducted
{f} çıkar
deduction
çıkarma
deduction
tümden gelim
deduction
türetim
deduction
azaltma
deducted
çıkar(mak)
deducting
düşülmesi
deduction
Çıkarım
deductions
sonuçlar
deducts
düşer
deducted
(Ticaret) düşülmüş (bir tutardan)
deducted
çikar
deduction
{i} hesaptan düşme
deduction
indirim

Vergi ajanı indirime izin verdi. - The tax agent allowed the deduction.

deduction
(Askeri) (DEDUCE) Sonuç çıkarmak
deduction
{i} man. tümdengelim
to deduct
kesmek
to deduct
hesaptan düşmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To take one thing from another; remove from; make smaller by some amount

I will deduct the cost of the can of peas from the money I owe you.

{f} subtract from a total
To lead forth or out
{v} to subtract, take away, separate
To take away, separate, or remove, in numbering, estimating, or calculating; to subtract; often with from or out of
make a subtraction
To reduce; to diminish
reason by deduction; establish by deduction
When you deduct an amount from a total, you subtract it from the total. The company deducted this payment from his compensation. to take away an amount or part from a total = subtract deduct sth from sth (deductus, past participle of deducere; DEDUCE)
retain and refrain from disbursing; of payments; "My employer is withholding taxes"
deductible
deduction
A sum that can be removed from tax calculations; something that is written off

You might want to donate the old junk and just take the deduction.

deduction
A process of reasoning that moves from the general to the specific, in which a conclusion follows necessarily from the premises presented, so that the conclusion cannot be false if the premises are true
deduction
A conclusion reached by this process
deduction
That which is deducted; that which is subtracted or removed
deduction
A formal logic in which specific conclusions are drawn from generalized premises
deduction
An inference from a set of propositions, or premises, to another proposition, or conclusion, that must be true if the premises are true
deduction
{i} subtraction, reduction, discount; conclusion; method of logical reasoning in which one uses a general rule to determine individual elements
deductions
Amounts subtracted or withheld from your gross income (def 1) Some deductions, such as taxes , are required by law Others are elective For example, you might have the option of putting part of your earnings aside in a pension plan, individual retirement account (IRA), or other savings account You also might instruct your credit union to automatically regularly deduct a loan payment so that you don't have to remember to write a check each month (also called "payroll deductions")
deduction
{n} an abatement, conclusion, inference
deducted
taken off or taken away from a total; "take-home pay is what is left after subtraction of deducted taxes
deducted
past of deduct
deducting
present participle of deduct
deduction
A process of reasoning by which more specific consequences are inferred by rigorous argument from more general propositions
deduction
Deduction infers information that is a logical consequence of the data
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An expense that is allowable as a reduction of gross taxable income by the IRS e g , charity donations
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A presumably valid argument in which the argument proceeds from premises to conclusion in such a way that if the premisses are true, the conclusion absolutely must be true An inductive argument is one that does not meet this standard, its premisses giving at best some assurance, but not complete assurance, to its conclusion
deduction
A method of reasoning by which one infers a conclusion from a set of sentences by employing the axioms and rules of inference for a given logical system See abduction, induction <Discussion> <References> Chris Eliasmith
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Reasoning from the general theory to predict the specific circumstance (general to specific)
deduction
That which is deducted; the part taken away; abatement; as, a deduction from the yearly rent
deduction
reasoning from the general to the particular (or from cause to effect) something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied); "his resignation had political implications"
deduction
An inference in which (when valid) the conclusion contains no information that was not already present in the premises, or whose corresponding conditional is a tautology See corresponding conditional; induction; tautology; validity
deduction
An amount that reduces your gross income Gross income minus subtractions and deductions equals net taxable income The most common tax deduction for you will be the standard deduction (See Form 40S, line 13 )
deduction
a. a process of reasoning that moves from the general to the specific, in which a conclusion follows necessarily from the premises presented, so that the conclusion cannot be false if the premises are true
deduction
A flat dollar or percentage amount that is deducted from an employee's pay for taxes, credit union, parking, United Way, etc
deduction
Reasoning from the general to the specific
deduction
the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
deduction
Genus: Mental process of forming conclusions based on premises Differentia: Goes from the general to the specific Comment: Traditionally philosophers have treated Deduction as the only means to certainty This is misbegotten Link: Article
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Any ordinary and necessary expense paid or incurred in a taxable year which is related to business or the production of income Such deductions are in addition to any other deduction Permitted by law and depend upon the accounting method used by the taxpayer Except where specifically authorized by Congress, expenses for personal or family purposes are usually not deductible A deduction has the effect of reducing the amount of taxable income and thereby reducing a taxpayer's tax liability If a person owns a house which serves as his or her personal residence, Congress permits mortgage interest, property taxes, and casualty losses as allowable deductions In addition to these deductions, owners of real estate held for other purposes may be entitled to deductions for maintenance expenses, minor repairs, insurance premiums, and depreciation
deduction
Act or process of deducing or inferring
deduction
reasoning from the general to the particular (or from cause to effect)
deduction
Any amount taken from an employee's paycheck each pay period Deductions may include health or medical benefits, union dues, and so on
deduction
Deduction is the process of reaching a conclusion about something because of other things that you know to be true. a case that tested his powers of deduction
deduction
an amount or percentage deducted
deduction
a conclusion; that which is deduced, concluded or figured out
deduction
a reduction in the gross amount on which a tax is calculated; reduces taxes by the percentage fixed for the taxpayer's income bracket
deduction
A method of logical inference Given a cause, deduction infers all logical effects that might arise as a consequence See also: Inference, Abduction, Induction
deduction
For tax purposes, the portion of an estate that does not generate tax (such as a marital deduction)
deduction
Act of deducting or taking away; subtraction; as, the deduction of the subtrahend from the minuend
deduction
An item or expenditure subtracted from adjusted gross income to reduce the amount of income subject to tax
deduction
A deduction is a conclusion that you have reached about something because of other things that you know to be true. It was a pretty astute deduction
deduction
A deduction is an amount that has been subtracted from a total. your gross income
deduction
the ability or skill to deduce or figure out; the power of reason
deduction
An amount that may be subtracted from income that is otherwise taxable
deduction
Reasoning in which the premises, if true, guarantee the truth of the conclusion Example, "All cats are mortal; Bill is a cat; therefore, Bill is mortal " Not all deduction is "from general to particular," as is sometimes said Nevertheless, the deduction of predictions of particular observable events from general hypotheses in order to test the hypotheses, is scientifically quite central Contrast: induction See also: logic, hypothetical deductive method
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something that is inferred (deduced or entailed or implied); "his resignation had political implications"
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Deduction is the act or process of subtracting an amount of money from a total amount. After the deduction of tax at 20 per cent, the interest rate will be 6.2 per cent. In logic, a type of inference or argument that purports to be valid, where a valid argument is one whose conclusion must be true if its premises are true (see validity). Deduction is thus distinguished from induction, where there is no such presumption. Valid deductive arguments may have false premises, as demonstrated by the example: "All men are mortal; Cleopatra is a man; therefore, Cleopatra is mortal." Invalid deductive arguments sometimes embody formal fallacies (i.e., errors of reasoning based on the structure of the propositions in the argument); an example is "affirming the consequent": "If A then B; B; therefore, A" (see fallacy; formal and informal)
deduction
the act of subtracting (removing a part from the whole); "he complained about the subtraction of money from their paychecks"
deduction
A system of logic, inference and conclusion drawn from examination of facts Conclusions drawn from the general down to the specific
deduction
That which is deduced or drawn from premises by a process of reasoning; an inference; a conclusion
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Inference in which the conclusion about particulars follows necessarily from general theory In a science like Physical Geography, deductive reasoning would involve stating a theory first and then trying to find facts that reject this idea
deduction
Something that may be subtracted from taxable income
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Business expenses or losses that are subtracted from gross income in computing taxable income
deductions
plural of deduction
deductions
Expenses that the tax code allows you to deduct from your income
deductions
is money you spend to enable you to earn income - allowable deductions only - such as stationery, equipment, rent, electricity, telephone and tools The value of the deduction is subtracted from assessable income to calculate your taxable income
deductions
All sales, leases and rentals of tangible personal property and services on which sales tax is not required to be collected, including sales for resale, sales to exempt organizations, sales shipped out-of-state, specifically exempt items, etc
deductions
Amounts by which AGI is reduced; the greater of either the standard deduction or itemized deductions
deductions
These are expenses the IRS allows you to subtract from your taxable income If you have taxable income of $30,000 and deductions of $3,000, then you would figure how much tax you owe on the difference -- $27,000 Even if you don't itemize, the IRS allows you to deduct alimony payments, capital losses, moving expenses, business losses, and deductible IRA and Keogh contributions If you have more deductible expenses -- medical costs, mortgage interest, state and local taxes, employee business expenses and charitable contributions -- you must itemize them to use the deductions
deductions
are subtractions from gross income for the purpose of determining a tax bill They are not the same as credits, which are subtracted from the actual tax paid
deductions
Expenses that the tax code allows you to deduct from your income These expenses can change over time, but presently they include home mortgage interest, real estate taxes, charitable contributions, medical and miscellaneous business expenses On a business return, deductions comprise ordinary and necessary business expenses
deductions
Tax items which may be subtracted from gross income to arrive at taxable income in Federal income tax computations
deductions
Amounts or items subtracted as allowable expenses from gross income for income tax purposes or from gross estate for death tax purposes
deductions
Money you spend to enable you to earn income - allowable deductions only - such as stationery, equipment, rent, electricity, telephone and tools The value of the deduction is subtracted from assessable income to calculate your taxable income
deductions
Point values subtracted from a skater's marks due to error made by the skater or violations of the rules
deductions
The amount withheld from the basic pay of an employee for the basic retirement benefit plan
deducts
third-person singular of deduct
post deduct
(Ticaret) backflush
pre-deduct
(Ticaret) An inventory relief system in which the components of a parent are deducted before they are physically picked or used, based on the explosion of the parent bill of material. It often uses the parent schedule date, as opposed to the actual reporting of parent production as done in a post-deduct system
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