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synonyms for amortization

  • amount
  • award
  • cash
  • deposit
  • disbursement
  • fee
  • outlay
  • pension
  • premium
  • refund
  • reimbursement
  • remittance
  • reparation
  • repayment
  • restitution
  • return
  • reward
  • salary
  • settlement
  • subsidy
  • sum
  • support
  • wage
  • acquittal
  • advance
  • alimony
  • amends
  • annuity
  • bounty
  • defrayal
  • defrayment
  • discharge
  • down
  • hire
  • indemnification
  • part
  • portion
  • quittance
  • reckoning
  • recompense
  • redress
  • remuneration
  • requital
  • retaliation
  • pay-off
  • paying
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antonyms for amortization

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  • debt
  • penalty
  • whole
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How to use amortization in a sentence

The amortization benefit can turn a loss into an even larger loss, which can then be used to offset other income and save money on taxes.
THE BILLIONAIRE PLAYBOOK: HOW SPORTS OWNERS USE THEIR TEAMS TO AVOID MILLIONS IN TAXESBY ROBERT FATURECHI, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND ELLIS SIMANIJULY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
However, with amortization, you can remove $120 million from your income, which means you don’t have to pay taxes on it.
THE BILLIONAIRE PLAYBOOK: HOW SPORTS OWNERS USE THEIR TEAMS TO AVOID MILLIONS IN TAXESBY ROBERT FATURECHI, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND ELLIS SIMANIJULY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
The tax write-off for amortization, Gilbert’s lawyer argued, is essential to all businesses, from restaurants to factories to sports franchises.
THE BILLIONAIRE PLAYBOOK: HOW SPORTS OWNERS USE THEIR TEAMS TO AVOID MILLIONS IN TAXESBY ROBERT FATURECHI, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND ELLIS SIMANIJULY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
From 2014 to 2018, records show Ballmer reported a total of $700 million in losses from his ownership of the Clippers, almost certainly composed mainly of paper losses from amortization.
THE BILLIONAIRE PLAYBOOK: HOW SPORTS OWNERS USE THEIR TEAMS TO AVOID MILLIONS IN TAXESBY ROBERT FATURECHI, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND ELLIS SIMANIJULY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Before the rules around amortization were loosened in the 1990s and 2000s, the IRS often insisted that assets could only be amortized if they had a real, finite lifespan and actually lost value over time.
EIGHT TAKEAWAYS FROM PROPUBLICA’S INVESTIGATION OF HOW SPORTS OWNERS USE THEIR TEAMS TO AVOID TAXESBY PROPUBLICAJULY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
It’s a long period of time, and you’re not getting any amortization to reduce your risk over time.
THE KUSHNERS’ FREDDIE MAC LOAN WASN’T JUST MASSIVE. IT CAME WITH UNUSUALLY GOOD TERMS, TOO.BY HEATHER VOGELLOCTOBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA
Surplus revenues enabled the amortization of its debt; and by 1852 the revenue exceeded three million dollars annually.
RAILROADS: RATES AND REGULATIONSWILLIAM Z. RIPLEY
"'Amortization' is the word, Colonel," was Smith's prompt verdict after he had gone over Martin's summaries.
THE REAL MANFRANCIS LYNDE
This amortization of the Republic's debt for these improvements has been going steadily forward.
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No effort is made to levy tolls that will provide for interest charges, or for the amortization of the principal.
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