accrue to (something)

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accrue to (something)

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.
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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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References in classic literature ?
Here are children in abundance, and what benefit could have accrued to me from his purchasing Vernon?
is it of his inheritance, or by what means hath it accrued to him?''
The wage fund accrued to these employees amounted to 7.5 trillion soums.
When a taxpayer makes a gift of a taxable bond issued after July 18, 1984, or a taxable bond issued on or before July 18, 1984 and purchased after April 30, 1993, or a tax-exempt bond purchased after April 30, 1993, any of which he acquired at a market discount and that has appreciated in value at the time of the gift, he must include in his gross income an amount equal to the market discount accrued to the date of the gift, but limited to the amount of gain he would have realized had he received fair market value on making the gift.
If, on conversion of a market discount bond issued after July 18, 1984, or issued on or before July 18, 1984 and purchased after April 30, 1993, a taxpayer receives stock in the issuer of the bond, the amount of market discount accrued to the date of exchange must be treated as ordinary interest income upon sale or disposition of the stock, unless the taxpayer had elected to include in income market discount on the bond as it accrued.
However, if FICA is not imposed at this time or if the employer is permitted to choose not to pay FICA immediately and exercises this choice, FICA will apply to the total of the original amount credited plus income accrued to that point.
ERISA regulations do not permit an employer to reduce a participant's accrued benefits--the benefits accrued to date based on the participant's salary and service.
Under section 163(j), no current deduction is allowed for interest paid or accrued to a foreign lender or a tax-exempt organization if the following four conditions are met:
Deloitte Haskins & Sells agreed other postretirement benefits should be accrued to the extent they are reasonably estimable but stressed alternative approaches to measurement be developed that are more reasonably estimated at a lower cost to preparers.
Although the benefit of the penalty accrued to the holder, the IRS ruled that a 2% differential was an insufficient penalty to ensure with reasonable certainty that the issuer would make interest payments when due.
"Current liability" is all liabilities to participants and beneficiaries under the plan, determined as if the plan terminated; it represents only benefits accrued to date, and does not depend on the actuarial funding method.
871(a) and 881(a), can disallow the deduction for expenses accrued to related foreign parties.