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qualify for

1. To earn or fulfill the requirements for something; to be or become eligible for something. In order to qualify for a sales tax rebate, you must fill out a form and provide original receipts for all purchases being claimed.
2. To cause someone to fulfill the requirements to be or do something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "qualify" and "for." The company is offering to pay for me to do a master's degree that will qualify me for a senior management position in the business. Your age, income, and family status are just a few factors that may or may not qualify you for welfare.
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qualify someone for something

to enable someone to meet the requirements for something. His years with the company qualified him for pension. Does this ticket qualify me for the drawing?
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qualify for something

to meet the requirements for something. I'm sorry, you do not qualify for this job. I don't qualify for it.
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qualify for

v.
1. To be competent or eligible for something, such as an office, job, or benefit: After one year on the job, you will qualify for a raise.
2. To cause someone to be competent or eligible for something: That certificate qualifies you for a promotion.
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Tournament best: Group stage, 2008 Qualifying record: W9 D1 L0 Qualifying stat: This is the first time Austria have qualified for the finals on the field after being included as hosts in 2008.
Boston, a BCPSS leadership team has been established to review the individual cases of 75 paraprofessionals who are not highly qualified for instructional positions in Title 1 schools.
of Merle Allen Whiting, Jr., TC Memo 2004-68, in which a surviving spouse's interest in a "marital deduction trust" qualified for the marital deduction, despite conflicting language in the trust document.
* The latitude regarding the terms manufacturer and manufacturing activities will allow many businesses that never qualified for benefits under the foreign sales corporation/extraterritorial income exclusion provisions to qualify for the new manufacturer's deduction.
The new law's statutory language seems to indicate that a candidate who applied and qualified for examination by Dec.
Notwithstanding any other provision, once a person has conducted business activities in a new trade or business for three or more years, that person will no longer be considered to be in a new trade or business nor qualified for the exemption.(44)
Underwood interpreted the rule allowing higher fees as one where the defendant shows the attorney is qualified for the proceeding in a specialized sense beyond simple legal knowledge.
(22) For example, in Example 1 in Part I of this article, T met the two-year ownership and use tests and qualified for up to $230,000 of gain exclusion from the sale of her Evanston.
The total of allowable premium payments is apportioned over the first three years of the state's benefits from the saving and creation of jobs.(15) To qualify, the business establishment must be qualified for the Oklahoma Quality Jobs Program Act incentive payments, and must demonstrate that its existing jobs are at risk.
75-291, 1975-2 CB 332 (X exchanged land and factory for Y's land and a factory built solely for exchange purposes; the IRS held that X qualified for Sec.
In Starker, a deferred exchange qualified for nonrecognition treatment even though the property to be received could be designated by the seller for up to five years after the exchange and, if suitable replacement properties were not located, the seller could be paid in cash rather than in like-kind property.
Previously, multi-family housing units (two to four) qualified for QMBs only if the property was first occupied at least five years before the mortgage was obtained.
The present value of the property transferred to the CRUT on the settlor's death qualified for the estate tax charitable deduction.
The Tax Court agreed with the IRS (in a reviewed decision by a vote of 8 to 7) on the grounds that the taxpayer could now teach in a public school and thus qualified for a new trade or business.
The Tax Court concluded that the above language qualified for the unlimited marital deduction under the transition rule provided by Section 403(e)(3) of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 (ERTA).
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