AMT


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AMT

abbreviation for American Medical Technologists.

AMT

Abbreviation for:
abbreviated mental test
active motor threshold
acute miliary tuberculosis
agency management team (Medspeak-UK)
alpha methyltryptamine
American Medical Technologists
aminomethyltransferase
amitriptyline
amniotic membrane transplantation
amount
anxiety management training
atherogenic metabolic triad

AMT

American Medical Technologists.
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The only mortgage interest eligible for AMT purposes is from a mortgage whose proceeds were actually used to build, buy or substantially improve a taxpayer's main or second home.
After adding all AMT preference items and subtracting or adding all adjustment items, their tax base for AMT purposes is $290,000 in Scenario 2 and $190,000 in Scenario 3.
According to the Tax Foundation, the AMT functions as a surtax on high-income taxpayers living in high-tax states who also have children.
Maruti is not just one company that has the AMT model on cards for India.
First, it is the income level at which the AMT exemption phaseout begins.
4351 to narrowly address the AMT one-year patch and extend the child tax credit.
In its testimony, the AICPA noted that due to its increasing complexity, effect on unintended taxpayers and compliance problems, the AMT should be repealed.
In this case, Merlo had to include the bargain purchase element of $1,066,064 in his 2000 AMTI, which increased his AMT basis of the stock by the same amount.
The fees for all this money assistance are deductible as miscellaneous deductions for regular tax purposes but are not deductible in the AMT system.
GOP Representative Rob Simmons of Connecticut has grumbled that the AMT is "growing like the monster from the tax lagoon.
Congress originally launched the AMT in 1979 to prevent wealthy Americans from taking so many deductions that they wound up paying little to no taxes.
AMT licensed rights for IL-10 for ex vivo gene therapy in inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract from Schering Plough Corp.