socially valuable information that is less readily excludable
The more she is oriented toward patenting, the more excludable
her research turns out to be.
gift (the amount that may be given as a gift without having to be included in the recipient's income) also remains at the 2009 level of $13,000.
Only dividends that were excludable
from gross income are subtracted from gross premiums to determine the net premium cost used in determining the investment in the contract for purposes of the exclusion ratio.
More generally, both the literature and our own conversations with university bioscientists suggest, ceteris paribus, that (i) basic investigation tends to involve less excludable
findings than does applied investigation; (ii) better-published and more commercially oriented academic scientists attract more funds than others do; and (iii) government research sponsorship attracts industry sponsorship.
Groundwater, whose externalities are spatially bounded and which is excludable
to non-groundwater states, is a shared resource requiring a regime with a more limited scope: involving only the particular groundwater states.
Amounts received on account of personal physical injuries or physical sickness are generally excludable
from gross income.
We wait (or pay) for surgeries precisely because health care is rival (a surgeon cannot operate on two people simultaneously) and excludable
(a hospital can choose whom to admit).
Whether the settlement payment is excludable
from gross income depends on the nature and character of the claim asserted.
Thus, for example, for minimum tax purposes it was intended that section 1211 (limiting capital losses) be computed using minimum tax basis, that section 263A (requiring the capitalization of certain depreciation deductions to inventory) apply with regard to minimum tax depreciation deductions, and that section 265 (relating to expenses of earning tax-exempt income) apply with regard only to items excludable
from alternative minimum taxable income.
Although amounts contributed to an HSA by an employer are fully tax deductible, those contributions are excludable
from the employee's gross income.
For the real estate minded individual, retirement funding hat one big advantage over real estate spending; it is completely excludable
from taxation, as opposed to simply bearing tax-deductible interest payments.
Military base realignment and closure benefits are now generally excludable
If assaulting a teacher is not an excludable
offence, then what is?
Cuba's reponsibility under the accords to permit USINT personnel to travel outside Havana to monitor returned migrants, and Cuba's obligation under international law to accept the return of Cuban nationals determined to be excludable
from the United States.