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accrue to

To be paid or credited into an account or a store of something. How much interest has accrued to your savings account? By June, eight more days will have accrued to your vacation time.

accrue to someone or something

[used of interest paid on money] to be credited to an account or to a person's account. Interest will accrue to your account as long as the account is active.
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Education and training for Accrue services and support personnel, as well as for sales representatives on IBM DB2
To become a member of the Cisco iQ Ecosystem Program, Accrue underwent a rigorous evaluation process to prove that its solution met the high quality standards that Cisco is known for.
In general, interest will accrue on the debt instrument at this yield, with subsequent adjustments if the actual payments differ from the payment schedule.
W accrues $4,500 of gross sales and includes $4,500 (less the corresponding cost of goods sold) in gross income in 2003, when W and Y settle their dispute.
1942) ("where interest actually accrues on a debt of a taxpayer in a tax year the statute plainly says he may deduct it.
Letter Ruling (TAM) 9538007 held that taxpayers must continue to accrue original issue discount (OID) on debt instruments even when the issuer's financial condition is such that there is no reasonable expectation that the accrued OID win be collected.
The corporation will be unable to pay the bonus this year (due to cash flow problems), but will accrue the bonus.
Thus, if a partnership wishes to accrue an expense to a related flow-through entity, it must defer a portion of the deduction equal to the maximum ownership percentage in either entity of those partners that are also owners of the related entity.