dollar for dollar

dollar for dollar

Considering the amount of money something costs and its value. I'll think you'll find that, dollar for dollar, this house is the better choice
See also: dollar

dollar for dollar

considering the amount of money involved; considering the cost or value. (Often seen in advertising.) Dollar for dollar, you cannot buy a better car. Dollar for dollar, this laundry detergent washes cleaner and brighter than any other product on the market.
See also: dollar
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It has launched their Dollar for Dollar Partnership Program to help law firms increase revenues, reduce costs, minimize risks and enhance productivity.
As Mayor Richard Riordan briefly demonstrated nearly a decade ago, the only way to wrest power from the failed education establishment is to match it dollar for dollar in school board campaigns.
However, I have heard about banks that offer secured cards that match your account deposit dollar for dollar.
Therefore, the excess of the expenses incurred -- dollar for dollar -- over the value imputed to the employee is nondeductible.
The deduction is limited to the lesser of the taxpayer's taxable income or $17,500 in any tax year, and is reduced dollar for dollar for Sec.
If the total project cost is less than $900,000, the chamber agrees to refund, dollar for dollar, each dollar less than $900,000 to the city from the redevelopment grant with a maximum refund of $150,000," the agreement says.
06 per commercial square foot, which the city will collect and return dollar for dollar to the District.
Jacobs said she learned Friday that the grocery chain would match dollar for dollar the $820 worth of Danish American Foods scrip she thought she was stuck with forever.
Under the unusual plan, a three-way partnership has been created whereby a contribution of Israel Bonds to the Jeffrey Modell Foundation will be matched dollar for dollar with a purchase of Israel Bonds by the American Society for Technion.
I'll put my proposals up dollar for dollar with projects put up by the MTA, and my projects are going to look like lean greyhounds,'' Sherman said.