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sell

v. to transfer possession and ownership goods or other property for money or something of equivalent value. (See: sale)

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Will the individual CPA sell their personal goodwill, which may be taxable to the selling CPA as capital gain and amortized by the buyer over 15 years?
To achieve this goal, the taxpayers created a corporation, Town East (TE), to develop and sell real property.
Julia Shaw, a Queens, New York-based book publicist and former bookseller, says urban fiction writers and other self-published authors who sell on the street create a climate "that is almost equal to having their books in retail stores."
Sell yelled to Bad Brave, "Hey you, stay right there." Rather than comply, Bad Brave fled.
As Lynnette Khalfani points out in her book, Investing Success: How to Conquer 30 Costly Mistakes & Multiply Your Wealth (Advantage World Press; $24.95), there comes a time when all investors must sell their holdings, either to reap the profit or to cut their losses.
Stewart's excuse was that she had already told her broker she wanted to sell when the ImClone share price fell below $60, which is what happened on December 27.
The central question of Sell was whether the government can drug mentally ill defendants against their will to force them to stand trial.
A lot of them will set goals for the kids by telling them they need to sell so many lollipops and so many candy bars Their position of authority enables them to make such demands--which the volunteer-type fund-raising cannot do."
If you are willing to sell your stock at a designated price, you can sell covered calls against your stock position.
Fraudulent health plans typically attempt to recruit licensed insurance agents to sell their plans and offer coverage regardless of underwriting at lower rates with better benefits than licensed insurers can provide.
SELLING POINTS: Works to keep US$2.4 billion debt under control with efforts to sell under-performing companies like rug-maker Terza and steel-maker Hylsamex.