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To individually state each item or article.

Frequently used in tax accounting, an itemized account or claim separately lists amounts that add up to the final sum of the total account on claim.


verb be specific, catalog, circumstantiate, count, designate, detail, document, enter into detail, enumerate, index, inventory, list, mention, mention in detail, note, number, particularize, point out, post, recount, register, set down, specify, state by items, tabulate
Associated concepts: itemize an account, itemize damages, itemize expenses
See also: delineate, describe, designate, detail, enumerate, impanel, index, relate, specify, tabulate
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The lack of tax return information and/or information on itemizer status is a weakness of the sample.
The proportion of itemizers were found to be greater in the Northeast when compared to the respective itemizer proportions in the South and Midwest.
As the standard deduction increases each year and fewer expenses qualify as itemized deductions, itemizers and marginal itemizers typically become marginal itemizers and nonitemizers, respectively.
Many state and local taxes are deductible at the federal level, thereby reducing the cost of raising a dollar of state or local tax revenue for federal itemizers.
Ross Gittell of the University of New Hampshire conducted a pioneering study for the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation using such variables along with itemizer data.
If leaders at Independent Sector had their way, "there would be no floor and we wouldn't be touching itemizers," Aviv said.
Pretory's licensed product line includes the Itemizer, the Vapotracer, the Drugwipe(single use detection products) and the Cortez products (dip tests for the rapid qualitative detection of a variety of illegal drugs in urine).
Obama's plan would cap at 28 per cent the value of deductions -- for charitable contributions, payment of state taxes and the like -- that itemizers use to lower their tax bills.
Assuming that the effect for non-itemizers is similar to the effect found for itemizers, the total cost in charitable contributions would be $2.
Itemizers earning more than $150,000 increased their donation amounts collectively by 27 percent, or $6 million.
Congress should reinstate a significant above-the-line deduction for the property tax, thereby giving more voters incentive to support the property tax (versus giving only itemizers an additional incentive to support the property tax).
25) This would provide a benefit for itemizers and nonitemizers alike, although it would not necessarily reduce marginal rates for older taxpayers.