allowances

  • 1 Allowances — A deviation from the basis grade or location allowable when delivering commodities under the terms of a futures contract. Allowances represent a premium or discount to the standards outlined in the futures agreement. Under a futures contract, the …

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  • 2 allowances — Reductions to gross sales that occur when customers are given partial credit for sold goods that the buyer is not satisfied with. An accounting term usually used together with returns. American Banker Glossary …

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  • 3 allowances — Reductions in weights to be carried allowed because of certain conditions such as; an apprentice jockey is on a horse, a female horse racing against males, or three year olds racing against older horses …

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  • 4 allowances — al low·ance || É™ns n. stipend; grant; pocket money; discount, deduction; acknowledgment …

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  • 5 capital allowances — Allowances against UK income tax or corporation tax available to a business, sole trader, partnership, or limited company that has spent capital on plant and machinery used in the business. Capital allowances are also given on industrial… …

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  • 6 capital allowances — Allowances against UK income tax or corporation tax available to a business, sole trader, partnership, or limited company that has spent capital on plant and machinery used in the business. Capital allowances are also given on industrial… …

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  • 7 income tax allowances — Allowances that may be deducted from a taxpayer s gross income before calculating the liability to income tax. Every individual who is a UK resident is entitled to a personal allowance, the level of which will depend on his or her age (see age… …

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  • 8 income tax allowances — Allowances that may be deducted from a taxpayer s gross income before calculating the liability to income tax Every individual who is a UK resident is entitled to a personal allowance, the level of which will depend on his or her age (see age… …

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  • 9 Discounts and allowances — Senior Discount redirects here. For the band, see Senior Discount (band). Corporate finance …

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  • 10 MSPs' Salaries, Expenses and Allowances — Members of the Scottish Parliament (MSPs) are entitled to a salary, and where applicable, expenses and allowances.The Scotland Act 1998 provides for pay and allowances to MSPs, officeholders of the Scottish Parliament and Ministers. The… …

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  • 11 capital allowances — For qualifying equipment (i.e. plant and machinery but also including a licence of computer software) a proportion of the capital cost can be used to relieve tax: the relevant amount is set against company revenue which would otherwise be taxable …

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  • 12 Family Allowances Act 1945 — The Family Allowances Act 1945 (8 9 Geo. VI c. 41) was an Act of Parliament in the United Kingdom. It came into operation from August 6th, 1946, and was the first law to provide child benefit in the United Kingdom.Family allowances had been one… …

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  • 13 make allowances for someone — make allowances for (someone/something) to consider particular facts relating to someone or something. We try to make allowances for our students different language backgrounds. When planning a trip, you have to make allowances for things that… …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 14 make allowances for something — make allowances for (someone/something) to consider particular facts relating to someone or something. We try to make allowances for our students different language backgrounds. When planning a trip, you have to make allowances for things that… …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 15 make allowances for — (someone/something) to consider particular facts relating to someone or something. We try to make allowances for our students different language backgrounds. When planning a trip, you have to make allowances for things that you can t know ahead… …

    New idioms dictionary

  • 16 EU Allowances — are Climate Credits (or Carbon Credits) used in the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS). EU Allowances are issued by the EU Member States into Member State Registry accounts. By April 30 of each year, operators of installations… …

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  • 17 Personal Carbon Allowances — Das Personal carbon trading (PCT) ist ein Sammelbegriff für diejenigen Emissionshandelskonzepte, welche die Emissionen der Privathaushalte miteinbeziehen. Da diese Konzepte vorwiegend im englischen Sprachraum entwickelt und diskutiert wurden und… …

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  • 18 make allowances for — make allowance for 1) you must make allowances for delays Syn: take into consideration, take into account, bear in mind, have regard to, provide for, plan for, make plans for, get ready for, allow for, make provision for, make preparations for,… …

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  • 19 capital allowances — /ˌkæpɪt(ə)l ə laυənsɪz/ plural noun the allowances based on the value of fixed assets which may be deducted from a company’s profits and so reduce its tax liability COMMENT: Under current UK law, depreciation is not allowable for tax on profits,… …

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  • 20 capital allowances — /ˌkæpɪtl ə laυənsɪz/ plural noun the allowances based on the value of fixed assets which may be deducted from a company’s profits and so reduce its tax liability COMMENT: Under current UK law, depreciation is not allowable for tax on profits,… …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

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