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To sell an asset at a price sufficient to recover the original outlay or to offset a previous loss.
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In previous years the couple received grant funding under the Tourism Investment Support Scheme and now the Welsh Government is looking into whether some of that funding should be recouped.
The second phase, which was implemented in 2017, included the installation of 15,000 LED lighting units to achieve an annual saving of Dh4.22mn with the costs being recouped within 5 years.
So why should council tax not be recouped from student flats, occupied or not?
"Capitation amounts recouped in respect of clients who died, covering 2005 to 2012 total [euro]3,095,180.30."
The dollar, however, recouped some of its strength against other major currencies in the afternoon mainly because oil prices somewhat weakened, they said.
Absent the ability to open earlier years when tax was erroneously paid under the concepts discussed above, there may be a loss of tax dollars that cannot be recouped. By acting quickly, tax advisers may be able to stop the SOL from running.
Since Houllier left, as a club we've spent pounds 41m (Cisse, Alonso, Morientes, Garcia, Josemi, Carson) but recouped pounds 17m from sales (Owen, Heskey, Murphy), meaning we've spent pounds 24m net.
The now-closed "Bug" and still-running "Jewtopia" recouped their capitalizations; "Modern Orthodox," "Cookin'" and "Slava's Snowshow" are good bets to do the same; and some new high-profile projects have just begun.
It estimates a loft conversion costs around pounds 15,000 to pounds 30,000, but around 75 per cent of this will be recouped when the property is sold, while putting in a new bathroom would also recoup around 75 per cent of the pounds 7,000 to pounds 20,000 outlay.
The recouped Medicare funds maybe even greater than $4 million, since the projects neither track seniors who call the OIG fraud hotline (or other contacts) nor monitor the results of Medicare beneficiaries' increased scrutiny of their bills.
So far this year, the AFI has picked up more than two dozen businessme n, although Treasury Ministry officials decline to say how much in back taxes will be recouped. The ministry will not reveal how many more arrests are expected.