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Necessary

An expense that is appropriate and helpful in furthering the taxpayer's business or income-producing activity. See also Ordinary defined elsewhere in this glossary.
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It is necessary that there is no proposition that is necessarily definite.
Thus, buyers are usually willing to pay more for assets than stock, but not necessarily enough to offset a C bank's additional tax liability.
Anecdotally, sources perceived gains or stable reading habits in segments of the black community, and others said that the rise of computers, the Internet and gadgetry did not necessarily pose a threat to books and reading.
As I found in my research it was not necessarily a blanket espousal of the exclusionary and often violent politics of Hindu nationalism that unites thousands in support of Hindu nationalism, but rather the ability of the movement to frame itself in different ways and successfully appeal to the multiple interests of diverse groups.
With respect to the latter strategy, a frequent problem in making a participant pool more diverse is that including subjects who may represent minority experiences of disease does not necessarily ensure sufficient power to stratify the sample to quantitatively analyze the less common contributors that may affect those more diverse participants.
There is one object which we cling to necessarily once we attain it.
Roommates generally agree to give each other time alone in their room, but when one roommate is involved in a relationship, sometimes even residents themselves are uncomfortable with seniors' expressing their sexuality: "There are [residents] who take exception, not necessarily because they feel that their private space is being violated, but because they don't necessarily agree with the fact that someone of age and infirmity is involved in a relationship," explains Dessel.
But theology is not necessarily helpful to linguistics.
But just as art is not necessarily about enlightenment, faith is not necessarily about good works.
Although the president has proved that compartmentalization, building walls, and risky behavior are not necessarily gay issues, they do affect many gay men, says New York City psychotherapist Douglas Nissing.
Juxtaposition helps to show the difference in perspectives of the reviewers and critics as they range from the unrealistic notion that Brooks's poetry was somehow necessarily devalued because it focused primarily on Black life to the full flowering of appreciation for her art.
I do not believe that sex is vile or necessarily accompanied by violence, that homosexuality is evil and its practitioners necessarily ridden with guilt.