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accumulate

(ă-kūm′yŭ-lāt″) [L. accumulare, to pile up]
1. To grow in number or mass.
2. To store or incorporate.
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Shortly after the end of each tax year, it should compile written evidence of the business needs for accumulating funds (i.
service versus manufacturing), and the various opinions as to the exact application of mathematical analysis, Bardahl brought only a degree of certainty to the outcome of an AET case, even given the IRS's concession that working capital is an acceptable reason for accumulating earnings as liquid assets.
When a corporation is accumulating earnings, it must carefully document an actual need and a plan.
Similarly, if the business only has a few customers, it is more vulnerable to an economic downturn and should be entitled to accumulate additional earnings; this could also justify accumulating earnings for diversification.
This purpose does not have to be the only reason for accumulating earnings; it only has to be one of them.
The accumulating knowledge hints that investigators may eventually solve the Alzheimer's riddle, perhaps by the end of the century, some say.
A closer analysis of several key factors in accumulating funds for retirement shows that many taxpayers would still benefit substantially from making deductible or nondeductible IRA contributions.
In subsequent work, Kruth and his co-workers observed the unesterified particles accumulating -- even before fatty streaks appeared--in the arteries of rabbits fed high-cholesterol diets.
It features the new "Indy" interior, and has been used for a wide range of evaluations in the flight test program, accumulating some 60 hours.
Most climate projections for the next century have focused on how accumulating greenhouse gases will affect the troposphere and the stratosphere, the two layers closest to Earth.
Spores passing through and onto a dirty coil with accumulated organic material on the surfaces might be trapped on those surfaces and not likely to be washed down into the drain but would remain as part of the ever accumulating contamination.