contribution

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İngilizce - Türkçe
katkı

Katkınız için teşekkürler. - Thanks for your contribution.

Bir insan ne kadar çok yetenek öğrenirse, topluma o kadar daha çok katkıda bulunur. - The more skills one masters, the greater contribution one can make to society.

{i} yardım
pay
kalıtım
(Arılık) yardımlaşma
(Sigorta,Ticaret) katkı payı
(Ticaret) aport
katılım

Katılımlar teşvik edilmektedir. - Contributions are encouraged.

(Ticaret) sermaye
makale
yazı
{i} destek
{i} iştirak
müştereken mesul olanlardan birinin hissesini vermesi hali
muavenet
yazı/yardım/katkı
{i} bağış

Kilise için bağış topluyorlar. - They are collecting contributions for the church.

contribution holiday
(Sigorta) ara verme
contribution margin
(Ticaret) katkı payı
contribution margin
azami gelir
contribution towards pension
(Ticaret) emeklilik kesintisi
contribution center
katkı merkezi
contribution for meal expenses
yemek harcı
contribution of
prim
contribution scale
katkı ölçeği
contribution theory
vergi teorisi
contribution approach
(Ticaret) katkı yaklaşımı
contribution rate
(Sigorta,Ticaret) katkı payı oranı
constructive contribution
yapıcı katkı
contributive
yardımcı
enormous contribution
büyük katkı
major contribution
büyük katkı
original contribution
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) özgün katkı
strong contribution
büyük katkı
Contributions
katkılar
Contributions
katkıları
liable to contribution.
katkı yükümlüdür
make contribution
Katkıda bulunmak
social insurance contribution
sosyal sigorta prim ödemesi
trade union contribution
sendika aidatı
additional contribution
(Sigorta,Ticaret) ek katkı payı
charitable contribution
(Ticaret) yardım müessesesi yardımı
defined contribution model
(Sigorta,Ticaret) belirlenmiş katkı modeli
defined contribution plan
(Ticaret) belirlenmiş katkı planı
employer's contribution
(Ticaret) işverenin katkısı
expected contribution
beklenen katkı
initial contribution
(Sigorta,Ticaret) başlangıç katkı payı
original contribution
ozgun katki
pension fund contribution
(Ticaret) emekli aidatı
supplementary contribution
(Ticaret) ek destek
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of contributing
An amount of money given toward something
Something given or offered that adds to a larger whole
the act of giving for a common purpose
{i} act of donating; donation, something donated, something given
{n} the act of contributing, a gift
Cash, securities or any other asset approved by financial authorities, which clients must deliver to clearing members or commission merchants for each open contract and thereby comply with the obligations arising from the corresponding futures or option contracts
That which is contributed; either the portion which an individual furnishes to the common stock, or the whole which is formed by the gifts of individuals
a voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas) made to some worthwhile cause
a legal right of a party who is responsible to the victim for reimbursement from another person
the contribution that sales make towards fixed costs and profit Also defined algebraically as: Contribution = Sales - Variable Costs = Fixed Costs + Profit
The appraisal principle that states that the value of any component of a property is what it gives to the value of the whole or what its absence detracts from that value (See appraisal)
Money placed in anIRA, an employer-sponsored retirement plan, or other retirement plan for a particular tax year Contributions may be deductible or nondeductible, depending on the type of account
A purchase in an IRA, an employer-sponsored plan or other retirement plan for a particular year Contributions may be deductible or nondeductible, depending on specific circumstances Berger offers a number of different types of retirement plans In addition to 403(b) plans for employees of government agencies, tax-exempt or nonprofit organizations and public schools, we have all types of IRAs (Roth, Traditional Deductible, Traditional Non Deductible, Rollover and Education) We also have a range of plans for self-employed individuals and small businesses, including SEP-IRAs, Keoghs (both profit-sharing and money purchase) and SIMPLE IRAs Contributions and earnings in a retirement plan grow tax-deferred (or possibly tax-free in the case of Roth IRAs), and depending on the plan, some contributions may be tax-deductible
any one of a number of individual efforts in a common endeavor; "I am proud of my contribution to the team's success"; "they all did their share of the work"
An amount of money paid into an account This can be a 'one off' payment or on a regular basis
The extent to which an employee's or team's competencies, performance, and results facilitate an organization in meeting its goals and objectives
any cash, securities, or in kind gifts or grants from private sources, whether solicited directly or not, for which the donor does not retain any reversionary interest or cannot be expected to receive material, unique, or preferential benefit of commensurate value from the act of donating property Contributions generally include both gifts and grants from non-governmental sources
French: contribution An amount charged to offset the costs of providing local telephone service (See market sustainable rate of contribution )
Sales less the variable costs of goods sold "Contribution" is what's left to pay for all overhead costs and expenses of the business
Money placed in an individual retirement account (IRA), an employer-sponsored retirement plan, or other retirement plan for a particular tax year Contributions may be deductible or nondeductible, depending on the type of account
An irregular and arbitrary imposition or tax leved on the people of a town or country
Payment, by each of several jointly liable, of a share in a loss suffered or an amount paid by one of their number for the common benefit
A contribution is a sum of money that you give in order to help pay for something. This list ranked companies that make charitable contributions of a half million dollars or more. = donation
An amount paid by the University on an employee's behalf to cover the cost of an employee's health, dental, or vision plan
The amount of money you and your employer are required to pay into your pension plan fund
a writing for publication especially one of a collection of writings as an article or story
A published item, normally identified by a title and one or more authors, that constitutes an intellectually separable part of a publication A contribution could be an article, paper, story (as in a newspaper), column, editorial, letter to the editor, meeting calendar, news item, obituary, erratum, book review, etc
If you make a contribution to something, you do something to help make it successful or to produce it. He was awarded a prize for his contribution to world peace
A value-added contribution begins with expertise, knowledge and skills, and is used to innovate and solve problems Continuous Ascent is a must
a principle of valuation that states that the value of any portion of a property is determined by how it affects the performance of the total property Therefore, a property is considered a combination of features, each of which adds something to the total value based on its contribution to the property's usefulness
– the amount paid to the Social Security System (SSS) by and on behalf of the member in accordance with Section 18 of the SSS Act of 1997 (R A 8282) (Social Security System)
The difference between sales and the variable cost of goods sold, before charging any fixed costs
act of giving in common with others for a common purpose especially to a charity
act of giving in common with others for a common purpose especially to a charity a writing for publication especially one of a collection of writings as an article or story an amount of money contributed; "he expected his contribution to be repaid with interest"
Property can be transferred to an LLC, partnership or corporation in exchange for your interest in the entity This transfer is often referred to as a contribution of property to the entity Special tax rules will affect this You will generally not have to recognize taxable gain on the contribution of property to the entity for an interest in that entity
  In B-ISDN applications, the use of broadband transmission of audio or video information to the user for post-production processing and distribution
Contribution can have different meanings in different context When contribution is applied to a product or product line, it means the difference between total sales revenue and total variable costs, or, on a per-unit basis, the difference between unit selling and the unit variable cost and may be expressed in percentage terms (contribution margin) or dollar terms (contribution per unit) Contribution is also frequently expressed as contribution margin for a whole company or across a group or product line, in which case it can be taken as gross margin less sales and marketing expenses For example, Marketing Plan Pro produce a table named that shows sales, cost of sales, gross margin, sales and marketing expenses, and contribution margin The contribution is gross margin less sales and marketing expenses
The term relates to circumstances where more than one party covers the risk Each party is deemed to be liable for his proportion of the loss If the Assured recovers in full from one insurer, that insurer is entitled to recover from the other insurer for that part of the loss which should have been paid by the latter The term is used in marine insurance, also, in relation to contributions paid by the Assured in connection with salvage and/or general average
an amount of money contributed; "he expected his contribution to be repaid with interest"
An amount of money you put into a savings/investment plan
A contribution to a magazine, newspaper, or book is something that you write to be published in it
contribution center
element in a business which can have income
contribution plan
This excess is called the contribution of the policy
contribution plan
A plan of distributing surplus by giving to each policy the excess of premiums and interest earned thereon over the expenses of management, cost of insurance, and the policy value at the date of computation
contribution rate
The percentage of your salary that you and your employer contribute to the plan These rates are set separately and change from time to time
contribution rate
The hourly contribution your employer remits to the Plan for the hour(s) you work or are paid, to fund your pension benefit
contribution rate
same as contribution margin, only expressed as a percentage of selling price
contribution rate
One of three annual percentage rates paid to STRS Ohio on behalf of a member or an ARP participant The member and employer rates are currently 9 3%* and 14%, respectively The employer rate for ARP participants is currently 3 5%
contribution-
any one of a number of individual efforts in a common endeavor; "I am proud of my contribution to the team's success"; "they all did their share of the work"
contribution-
a writing for publication especially one of a collection of writings as an article or story
contribution-
a voluntary gift (as of money or service or ideas) made to some worthwhile cause
contribution-
act of giving in common with others for a common purpose especially to a charity
contribution-
an amount of money contributed; "he expected his contribution to be repaid with interest"
contribution-
Property can be transferred to an LLC, partnership or corporation in exchange for your interest in the entity This transfer is often referred to as a contribution of property to the entity Special tax rules will affect this You will generally not have to recognize taxable gain on the contribution of property to the entity for an interest in that entity
contribution-
A purchase in an IRA, an employer-sponsored plan or other retirement plan for a particular year Contributions may be deductible or nondeductible, depending on specific circumstances Berger offers a number of different types of retirement plans In addition to 403(b) plans for employees of government agencies, tax-exempt or nonprofit organizations and public schools, we have all types of IRAs (Roth, Traditional Deductible, Traditional Non Deductible, Rollover and Education) We also have a range of plans for self-employed individuals and small businesses, including SEP-IRAs, Keoghs (both profit-sharing and money purchase) and SIMPLE IRAs Contributions and earnings in a retirement plan grow tax-deferred (or possibly tax-free in the case of Roth IRAs), and depending on the plan, some contributions may be tax-deductible
contribution-
Sales less the variable costs of goods sold "Contribution" is what's left to pay for all overhead costs and expenses of the business
contribution-
any cash, securities, or in kind gifts or grants from private sources, whether solicited directly or not, for which the donor does not retain any reversionary interest or cannot be expected to receive material, unique, or preferential benefit of commensurate value from the act of donating property Contributions generally include both gifts and grants from non-governmental sources
contribution-
The term relates to circumstances where more than one party covers the risk Each party is deemed to be liable for his proportion of the loss If the Assured recovers in full from one insurer, that insurer is entitled to recover from the other insurer for that part of the loss which should have been paid by the latter The term is used in marine insurance, also, in relation to contributions paid by the Assured in connection with salvage and/or general average
contribution-
Money placed in anIRA, an employer-sponsored retirement plan, or other retirement plan for a particular tax year Contributions may be deductible or nondeductible, depending on the type of account
contribution-
A published item, normally identified by a title and one or more authors, that constitutes an intellectually separable part of a publication A contribution could be an article, paper, story (as in a newspaper), column, editorial, letter to the editor, meeting calendar, news item, obituary, erratum, book review, etc
contribution-
Contribution can have different meanings in different context When contribution is applied to a product or product line, it means the difference between total sales revenue and total variable costs, or, on a per-unit basis, the difference between unit selling and the unit variable cost and may be expressed in percentage terms (contribution margin) or dollar terms (contribution per unit) Contribution is also frequently expressed as contribution margin for a whole company or across a group or product line, in which case it can be taken as gross margin less sales and marketing expenses For example, Marketing Plan Pro produce a table named that shows sales, cost of sales, gross margin, sales and marketing expenses, and contribution margin The contribution is gross margin less sales and marketing expenses
contribution-
the contribution that sales make towards fixed costs and profit Also defined algebraically as: Contribution = Sales - Variable Costs = Fixed Costs + Profit
contribution-
An amount of money you put into a savings/investment plan
contribution-
– the amount paid to the Social Security System (SSS) by and on behalf of the member in accordance with Section 18 of the SSS Act of 1997 (R A 8282) (Social Security System)
contribution-
a legal right of a party who is responsible to the victim for reimbursement from another person
contribution-
An amount of money paid into an account This can be a 'one off' payment or on a regular basis
contribution-
a principle of valuation that states that the value of any portion of a property is determined by how it affects the performance of the total property Therefore, a property is considered a combination of features, each of which adds something to the total value based on its contribution to the property's usefulness
contribution-
The appraisal principle that states that the value of any component of a property is what it gives to the value of the whole or what its absence detracts from that value (See appraisal)
contribution-
The extent to which an employee's or team's competencies, performance, and results facilitate an organization in meeting its goals and objectives
contribution-
  In B-ISDN applications, the use of broadband transmission of audio or video information to the user for post-production processing and distribution
contribution-
The amount of money you and your employer are required to pay into your pension plan fund
contribution-
A value-added contribution begins with expertise, knowledge and skills, and is used to innovate and solve problems Continuous Ascent is a must
contribution-
Cash, securities or any other asset approved by financial authorities, which clients must deliver to clearing members or commission merchants for each open contract and thereby comply with the obligations arising from the corresponding futures or option contracts
contribution-
French: contribution An amount charged to offset the costs of providing local telephone service (See market sustainable rate of contribution )
contribution-
The difference between sales and the variable cost of goods sold, before charging any fixed costs
contribution-
Money placed in an individual retirement account (IRA), an employer-sponsored retirement plan, or other retirement plan for a particular tax year Contributions may be deductible or nondeductible, depending on the type of account
contribution-
An amount paid by the University on an employee's behalf to cover the cost of an employee's health, dental, or vision plan
contributive
Tending to contribute; making a contribution
contributive
{a} tending to promote or advance
contributions
An individual's contributions to an organization include such things as effort, skills, ability, time, and loyalty (3)
contributions
Funds paid by a member into his/her retirement account
contributions
plural of contribution
contributions
In pension and other social insurance plans, payments made by covered persons, employers, or both, to meet all or a portion of the costs of the plan
contributions
amounts of money placed into a fund
contributions
(1) Gifts to qualified charitable organizations as opposed to gifts to private individuals Such contributions are generally deductible on Schedule A
contributions
Money put into a project, including European Funds (ERDF, ESF,etc ) and Matching Funding Not to be confused with Leverage
contributions
This is the major source of funding for the SSD program Placement fees cover only a small part of the costs of breeding or acquiring, housing, feeding, training, providing medical care and providing equipment for dogs which are placed Individuals and organizations provide direct contributions, do fund-raisers, and solicit business support Contributions to SSD may be Tax-Deductible Consider also becoming a MEMBER of SSD
contributions
A percentage of all earnings subject to WRS reporting varying with employment category Employee contributions are mandatory and may be made by the employer as a fringe benefit Employer contributions are required and are actuarially determined each year The combination of the employee and employer contributions and investment earnings will pay the eligible benefit
contributions
Specified amounts that employees may be required to pay in order to obtain health coverage for themselves or their families
contributions
The amount of money that is paid into your retirement fund account each month by you and your employer It is expressed as a percentage of your pensionable earnings
contributions
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contributions
Additional funds allotted to an account from the client
contributive
{s} giving, offering (help, donation, knowledge, ideas, etc.)
contributive
tending to bring about; being partly responsible for; "working conditions are not conducive to productivity"; "the seaport was a contributing factor in the growth of the city"; "a contributory factor"
contributive
Contributing, or tending to contribute
earmarked contribution
contribution which has been set aside for some special purpose
make a contribution
donate, give (money, time, etc.)
political contribution
a contribution made to a politician or a political cmpaign or a political party
rival someone's contribution
donate an amount that equals another donation
contribution