Prepositions after "deduct"

deduct from, at, by, for or in?

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In 76% of cases deduct from is used

Jeff The gods do not deduct from man's allotted.

Sack those civil servants or deduct from their salaries.

Business trip expenses can be deducted from your taxes.

The cost of the groceries bought is deducted from the household's account automatically.

It is not taxable and it is not deducted from any other financial benefits you may receive.

Any penalty imposed under this clause will be deducted from the next claim and subsequent claims as appropriate.

If it incorporates more than one course, the value of the main course portion, or 25% off will be deducted from the bill.

And then similarly swipe at the gate again when exiting and the fare is automatically deducted from the credit on your card.

The Personnel Manager informed her they had group health and life insurance, but the costs were deducted from the employee's.

In 5% of cases deduct at is used

Therefore, there is no acceptable evidence for the tax deducted at source.

The amount is deducted at a certain percentage (usually it is 5%) of loan.

As per Rule 10 the tax has to be deducted at source before giving you the money, but I heard that usually they only deduct 10% of the tax! I have only read those portions of the Income Tax Act.

In 4% of cases deduct by is used

Any illegal increases in rent can be recovered by the tenant, or deducted by him from the rent.

As you can simply deduct by the above description, the operating systems of such an extraordinary building is not easy to maintain.

In 4% of cases deduct for is used

Marks are deducted for unclear answers, e.

I've been deducted for the past two months, too, around $200.

In 1% of cases deduct as is used

To deduct as a discount: took 20 percent off.

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