Translation of tax-deductible in Spanish:


desgravable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈˌtæks dəˈdəktəbəl///


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    (expenses/loss) desgravable
    to be tax-deductible ser desgravable
    • The company can make large tax-deductible contributions to a director's pension fund and the director will not be taxed on the benefit-in-kind.
    • On January 1, 2006, The Bahamas becomes eligible as a tax-deductible meetings destination.
    • But such insurance premiums should no longer be tax-deductible.
    • Your tax-deductible donation of any amount would be great.
    • The machine counts the change and prints a receipt for the full amount of the tax-deductible contribution.
    • In most cases, home equity lines are also tax-deductible.
    • He would make the first $10,000 of higher education costs tax-deductible.
    • The savings for your employee are tax-deductible and earnings are tax-free.
    • It turns out you can't have a tax-deductible pension unless you have earnings to tax, and most of us won't have earnings to tax until we are at least 18.
    • With a careful and timely matching of withdrawals with tax-deductible expenditure like livestock purchases, the tax incidence can be cancelled out.
    • Make sure your donation goes to an organization that is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.
    • Furthermore, the tax-deductible depreciation rates for new production equipment were increased.
    • Such plans are funded with tax-deductible employer contributions; employees are not permitted to contribute.
    • Using money borrowed as a home equity mortgage or as a second mortgage will create tax-deductible interest.
    • If you're covered by a retirement plan at work, your ability to make tax-deductible contributions is limited.
    • Not only is it good for employee well-being, it is also tax-deductible.
    • However, unlike salary, a dividend is not tax-deductible to the paying company.
    • The donation is tax-deductible, and you may be able to deduct the loss from your investments in other taxable income.
    • The interest rates on these forms of credit are lower than the average credit card and they're tax-deductible.
    • Contributions are fully tax-deductible the year they are given, but they do not have to be distributed to other nonprofits immediately.