4%, and expenditure
was driven by the modernization of its armed forces and border disputes.
asset status (additions, transfers, and disposals); and program expenditures
from the initial valuation.
Overall, annual expenditures
averaged $18,640 per patient.
The IRS said that, as many individuals do hire investment advisers, the expenditures
for investment advice were not incurred because of the trust's existence.
A taxpayer can elect to deduct up to $5,000 of start-up and $5,000 of organizational expenditures
in the tax year in which the trade or business begins.
Of course, California's population increased during this same period, but not nearly as rapidly as county payroll expenditures
Using measures of environmental quality and protection, and controlling for income, education, and other variables thought to influence health care expenditures
, they reported that both toxic pollution and per capita municipal environmental expenditures
had significant associations with health care expenditures
This credit enables developers to recoup up to 20% of their construction expenditures
as tax credits at the front end, when the building is placed in service, rather than as depreciation deductions over the life of the building.
Personal health-care expenditures
in Florid reached $66.
The change in expenditures
was slightly larger than the 1.
162-5(a)(1) provides that expenditures
made for education and employee training are deductible as ordinary and necessary business expenses if the education maintains or improves skills required by the individual in his employment.
Highlights of the most recent official estimates of health care expenditures
in Australia 1982-83 to 1993-94(1) include the following points: