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exclude

Informatics
verb To identify a file in an include-exclude listso as to prevent it from being backed up when a user or schedule issues an incremental or selective backup operation.
 
Medspeak
verb To eliminate or rule out a condition from consideration in a diagnostic evaluation or workup.

exclude

Medtalk verb To rule out (from diagnostic consideration)
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Employer contributions to qualified plans, excludible by the employee, (40) can be viewed as income inclusions followed by offsetting deductions).
The other two changes describe exactly what type of injuries can give rise to excludible damages; specifically, "physical injuries or physical sickness.
Additionally, gifts are excludible from the recipient's gross income under IRC section 102.
Excludible Interest = Total Interest income X Qualified Educational Expenses/Total Redemption Proceeds.
Given the absence of guidance in the statute and regulations, the relevant criteria for determining whether a nonshareholder payment is excludible have been developed in the courts, including the Supreme Court on several occasions.
The court held that the $129,000 John received and returned to JMA was not excludible from income.
In addition, a deduction cannot be taken for amounts used in determining the amount excludible due to a distribution of contributions and earnings from an education IRA, or the amount excludible with.
For C corporations, amounts deposited in this fund are not deductible for alternative minimum tax (AMT) purposes, and earnings as well as capital gains of the fund are not excludible when calculating AMT.
In revenue ruling 2003-102, the service ruled that A's expenditures to purchase the OTC remedies were medical care expenditures; A's health FSA reimbursement for those costs was excludible from gross income under section 105(b), even though the cost would not have been deductible under section 213(a).
Employer-provided cell phones are still a fringe benefit and must still meet certain requirements in order to be excludible from income.
Employer aid is excludible under section 139; it is not a section 102 gift.
The court held that the award was not excludible under Sec.