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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.
It should be obvious immediately that lower rank does not necessarily mean invalid or "bad" information.
Expansion of the medical workforce does not necessarily result in an efficient or equitable distribution of doctors, geographically or in terms of specialty, say Dr.
Borrowing a term from psychology, one may say that in speech adaptation, humans show considerable "choice behavior." If this is true, then a single measure such as speech production will not necessarily pinpoint the "best" language property (Aitchison 2001:252).
Not necessarily. The government could bypass a court ruling by using the Notwithstanding Clause, a contentious part of Canada's constitution that allows governments to opt out of a court decision.
Many school leaders insist that Illinois needs to provide more money for education, but they don't necessarily agree where that money should come from or how best to distribute it among the state's 881 school districts.
While the FMLA provides seemingly clear standards, (25) "[t]he inquiry is necessarily extremely factually-intensive and often requires human resources personnel or individual supervisors with no medical training to make medical judgement calls about, for example, whether an employee is 'incapacitated' by an illness, or whether the employee is undergoing a 'regimen of continuing treatment.'" (26) For this reason, "the majority of FMLA cases turn on the issue of whether the employee or an immediate family member was suffering from a 'serious health condition.'" (27)
(In fact, it's a tribute to his unassuming charm that we gladly accompany him on a journey that has no blinding flash of satori, no stunning ahamoments, not even a multi-cultural love affair.) And he certainly has no utopian prescriptions for the planet, although he ends on a strongly positive note that stresses the Buddha's 21st century relevance:</p> <pre> In a world increasingly defined by the conflict of individuals and societies aggressively seeking their separate interests, he revealed both individuals and societies as necessarily
Although the prohibited transaction exception provides a new planning opportunity for banks considering S status, eligible IRAs and their beneficiaries may not necessarily want to take advantage of it.
However, he cautions that buying the scrap handler with the greatest lifting capacity is not necessarily the wisest decision.
It ain't necessarily so" that memorable line from the opera Porgy and Bess should sum up what educators, booksellers and consumers are saying about the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)'s 2004 study warning that Americans are reading less "literature" a trend that poses a threat to civil society.
Galston deserves credit for emphasizing that it is not enough for thinkers of the center-left to learn to "speak American"; they must learn to "think American" as well even if the kind of progressivism this produces does not necessarily resemble any European model.