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write off

verb abandon, abdicate, abjure, abstain, avoid, cease, cede, deny oneself, desist from, dispense with, disposed of, do without, drop, eschew, fast, forbear, forfeit, forego, forgo, forswear, give up, give up on, go without, hold back, hold off, lay down, leave off, let alone, make do without, not use, pass up, refrain, release, renounce, reserve, resign, sacrifice, shun, surrender, waive, withhold, yield, yield up
Associated concepts: forego interest owed, forego opportunity
See also: obliterate
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A common belief is that debt write offs in the post-2002 era overburdened the banks, thus affecting their profitability.
The Sankei Shimbun and the Tokyo Shimbun, meanwhile, reported Sunday that Misawa Homes plans to write off 250 billion yen in nonperforming assets in the current business year.
The House bill is very effective: it requires companies to write off their capital assets as they actually wear out.
Therefore, the Board of Carnegie has decided to write off the deficit (SEK 175 million) that stems from the company's claim against previously disbursed profit-share.
It has been disclosed through record available in the National Assembly Library that collectively 626 people have write off their loan worth of Rs 2.
Deferred tax asset $105 (To write off the deferred tax asset upon exercise of options) Dr.
He also said the calculators assume a homeowner is itemizing his taxes to write off the mortgage interest and property taxes, when in reality only half of taxpayers actually do itemize.
Japan's 14 major commercial banks are expected to write off more than 5 trillion yen in bad loans during fiscal 2001, up sharply from the 2 trillion yen planned as of May, banking industry officials said Tuesday.
If you own investment real estate in some desirable part of the world, you may be able to write off travel costs to visit the property.
In the future, the company will write off these costs over the first two months after a new store is opened with no such costs carried over to the next year.
4/20/93, will also have an effect on the ability of buyers to write off assets such as core deposits obtained by acquisition of a bank, insurance expiration lists, patient lists and customer lists obtained in the acquisition of the assets of a going business.
The retrospective audit revolves around analysis and review of past write offs and it's compliance to charity write off policies and procedures.