Accumulated Amount

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Accumulated Amount

The gain on any investment at a stated interest rate, plus the amount originally invested.
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The Bill provides for transfer of 90 % of the accumulated amounts, which presently is of the order of Rs.
The department contacted the owners of the withheld cars to report to the department and pay the accumulated amounts so that their cars are not confiscated for longer periods.
Fish exposed to the lower drug level accumulated amounts of oxazepam in their muscles similar to the wild perch's supply.
It lists names of workers and their employers, kinds of work they engaged in, daily amounts of exposure divided by length of work, traveling time and waiting time, and accumulated amounts of exposure.
Preparation for future evaluations of changes in dose rates and accumulated amounts of radioactive material in all delineated zones around the Fukushima Daiichi plant;
Besides salt, removed snow contains accumulated amounts of antifreeze, engine oil, rubber and metal deposits from tire wear, and heaps of plastic litter, cigarette butts and other waste which is also poisonous to local ecosystems no matter where it ends up.
Under this option, P would continue to reimburse all eligible retired employees for medical care, until all unused accumulated amounts are exhausted.
After 10 years the tax advantages of Roth IRAs and deductible pensions are so great that their aftertax accumulated amounts, even reduced by the 10% penalty, still would exceed the accumulated amounts in most taxable accounts.
Many of the chemicals, such as organochlorine pesticide DDT, have already been banned, but tests show accumulated amounts of the banned chemicals in people who were born since the bans came into force.
Baxendale then compared accumulated amounts using assumed rates of return ranging from 6% to 12% and different assumptions about the taxability of the investments.
The draft also proposed making it punishable for shoko lenders to lend accumulated amounts that are apparently beyond the scope of the repayment ability of both a borrower and guarantor.