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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.e., an accumulated earnings plan), including:
Among the basic principles the author espouses, one comes up repeatedly throughout the book and probably constitutes the very essence of individual economic triumph: what motivates magnates isn't the goal of making money but rather the pleasure they take in the constant exercise of accumulating wealth.
Analyses of the peat cores suggest that the western-Siberian bogs have been steadily accumulating vegetation since the last ice age, says Laurence C.
When a corporation is accumulating earnings, it must carefully document an actual need and a plan.
As the Zolliecoffers illustrate, the key to accumulating wealth is to use time to your advantage.
In addition, the AET also strengthens the prohibition against accumulating investment earnings in a corporate shell, particularly if the economic benefit of those earnings is made available to the corporation's shareholders.
However, by separately identifying, accumulating and reporting M&E expenses that are not subject to the 50% exclusion, most companies can realize a direct tax benefit.
Accumulating data prove compatible with either of the two main theories of how H.
"On the other hand, if you wait until you're in your 40s and 50s to get coverage and think that you are going to have a chance at accumulating wealth before you retire, it's going to be tough.
531 was designed as a penalty tax on a corporate taxpayer unreasonably accumulating earnings, rather than distributing them as dividends (which would subject them to shareholder level tax).

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