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n 1. an allowance or deduction made from a gross sum.
v 2. to reduce the amount of a professional fee.
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Netspoke makes its integrated Web and audio conferencing services available to AICPA members at discounts of up to 60% off standard rates.
To see if the discounts are important to you, compare the prices on the official Medicare site (http://www.
The very first screen the consumer will see after entering his or her name and address is the group discount page, which has links to various banks, chambers of commerce, credit unions, employer groups and other group affiliations.
The taxpayer made relatively small gifts of one or both of the two real estate entities from 1992 to 1996, claiming a 40% discount for each gift.
Thus, the cash-advance discounts were like a loan or a security deposit, and were a liability rather than income when received.
The required rate of return, or discount rate, is determined to be 20%.
Under the affinity agreement, TEI members are eligible for new and renewal purchase discounts on all tax information products and services marketed under the RIA branded lines (RIA and Warren, Gorham & Lamont), as well as Carswell's CD-ROM, Web-based, and print products and the MicroMash on-line CPE courses.
Discounts on previously transferred assets would be unaffected.
Most of the discounts are for early payments of bills for products and services, a routine practice that most businesses readily take advantage of unless they have a cash-flow problem.
Creative Benefits Design (CBD) has created a new, no cost, no enrollment, no monthly fee discount prescription drug program for DAV and Auxiliary members.
The problem intensified when many colleges and universities began using more of their tuition revenue to pay for scholarships and discounts, says Davis.
The discounts will be applied automatically to your account, no matter how many shipments you make.