Definitions for "Allowances"
Reductions to gross sales that occur when customers are given partial credit for sold goods that the buyer is not satisfied with. An accounting term usually used together with returns.
Reductions in weights to be carried, allowed because of the conditions of the race or because an apprentice jockey is on a horse. Also, a weight reduction is entitled when a female horse races against males or when a three-year-old races against older horses.
weight permitted to be reduced because of the conditions of the race or because an apprentice is on a horse. Also, weight females are entitled to when racing against males.
These are concessions from the Inland Revenue which can be used to reduce your taxable income. Your Personal allowance is an amount of income that is tax free. Personal allowances for 2005 - 2006: under 65yrs - £4,895, 65yrs-74yrs - £7,090, 75yrs+ - £7,220
These are tax-free amounts set by the government every year. Normally they are given to UK & commonwealth citizens, but are also available to others who qualify under specific rules. The basic and most common is the Personal Allowance - it is available to everyone resident in the United Kingdom for tax purposes.
Allowances are standard tax-free amounts set by the government every year. They are given to all UK & commonwealth citizens and others who qualify under specific criteria. The most common is the Personal Allowance. This is given to everyone resident in the United Kingdom for tax purposes. Other main allowances previously included Married Couples' Allowance, but since 6th April 2000 married allowance has been restricted to those over 65 at that date. Allowances for children have now been abolished but were available up to 5th April 2003 for children born after 6th April 1985.
A sum of money set aside in the construction contract for items which have not been selected and specified in the construction contract. Best kept to a minimum number and used for items who's choice will not impact earlier stages of the construction. For example, selection of tile as flooring may require an alternative framing or underlayment material.
Money set aside by builders for amenities, such as driveways, landscaping, carpeting and fixtures, that are standard but have optional designs.
Budgets offered by builders of new homes for the purchase of carpeting and fixtures.
are amounts paid by employers to cover anticipated costs or as compensation for conditions of employment.
Payments made to employees that are in addition to their ordinary wage rate to compensate for some particular disability or aspect of work. Allowances are granted to employees working in hot, dirty and confined spaces; where clothing is subject to undue wear and tear; or when an employee has to pay travel or accommodation expenses
An allowance is a condition of employment and a provision for payment in addition to the standard minimum rate of pay. As an example, it can be a disability (e.g. wet work); responsibility or skill relating to work (e.g. first aid) or a reimbursement of costs incurred (e.g. clothing, travel or motor vehicle).
The discounts (premiums) allowed for grades or locations of a commodity lower (higher) than the par (or basis) grade or location specified in the futures contract. See Differentials.
Money paid to trade for each case purchased, distributed and moved through merchandising, features, and/or displays
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Emissions allowances within the emissions trading system.