gross amount

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It was not badly named in one respect, being in truth a particularly little Bethel--a Bethel of the smallest dimensions-- with a small number of small pews, and a small pulpit, in which a small gentleman (by trade a Shoemaker, and by calling a Divine) was delivering in a by no means small voice, a by no means small sermon, judging of its dimensions by the condition of his audience, which, if their gross amount were but small, comprised a still smaller number of hearers, as the majority were slumbering.
A mere verbal statement of the gross amount is all I shall--ha--all I shall require.'
According to media sources, the FBR approached the provincial governments under section 153 of the Income Tax Ordinance 2001, which states that provincial governments are required to deduct withholding tax from the gross amount payable at the rate given in the First Schedule.
Rent is gross amount.Seller shall prove financial figures directly to buyer!
ii Total gross amount of other income paid or credited to the account.
The cost of providing the pension to public sector workers is therefore not the gross amount but the net amount after the tax has been recouped.
Spanish telecoms company Telefonica SA today announced plans to pay an interim dividend of a fixed gross amount of EUR0.75 to shareholders of record as of 5 May 2011.
The amount reported on that form is the gross amount paid to the attorney or law firm.
Called Breaking Bread With +Andrew: Dinner and Conversation With The Primate, the October event has a maximum of 50 tables for sale at $2,500 each and as of the beginning of September, 33 had been sold for a gross amount of $82,500 before expenses.
TEI recommends that the gross amount of the dividend be offset against the receivable.
The advertising agency pays the CAT on the gross amount billed to its customer.
Some courts have held the gross amount of the award represents income to the taxpayer and the amount paid to the attorneys represents a deduction.