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Why, truly," replied Monte Cristo, determined not to lose an inch of the ground he had gained, "my reason for desiring an `unlimited' credit was precisely because I did not know how much money I might need.
Now, sir, you have but to say the word, and I will spare you all uneasiness by presenting my letter of credit to one or other of these two firms.
Yes, I actually had to give that thing up--while doubtless I should live to see somebody use it and take all the credit from me.
And what credit can the poor clerk of a procurer have, pray?
Since I maintain that I have no credit, and you maintain I have.
Mr Abel's feelings did credit to his nature, and credit to your nature, ma'am, and his father's nature, and human nature.
Because the tax without the marital credit is more than $780,800, the marital credit is limited to $780,800; the net Federal tax after both credits is $555,800.
Location-based incentive credits (LBICs) offer many advantages, including current and prior year refund potential and favorable financial statement impact.
Investment tax credits, along with an array of other tax incentives, are widely used by States to encourage growth in economically distressed areas, spur investment, increase jobs, and hence, enlarge the tax base.
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.
Also encouraging more aggressive competition have been heavy investments in the technological infrastructure needed to evaluate, originate, and manage effectively such credits.
Investments in tax credits that fund low- and middle-income housing can bolster the bottom line and polish a firm's reputation as a good corporate citizen.