declarable

ADJECTIVE
  1. that must be declared
    declarable income
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How To Use declarable In A Sentence

  • The Finance Ministry will have to determine the minimum declarable amount of local or foreign currency.
  • This was ok because it was deemed a worthy cause and not declarable. Call My Bluff
  • The family's stake in the company was as high as 20% but is now under the 3% declarable limit. Times, Sunday Times
  • OAKLEY: But though he brought in a law forcing the disclosures of gifts to political parties, Blair's fundraisers have worked their way around this law by asking for non-declarable loans instead. CNN Transcript Feb 1, 2007
  • BTW, is a love of wood a declarable potential bias, when discussing the importance of proxies derived from wood? Thompson, Hardy, Hemp and the Snows of Kilimanjaro « Climate Audit
  • If it was on the company that owned the shares and he benefited from the profit then clearly they were declarable. Sky News Discovers the Jowell Smoking Gun
  • Irish Life and Permanent are the only prospective bidders with an existing declarable shareholding, standing at just 3.1%, but this holding is far too small to deter a bid for the company.
  • In GOOey Osborne's case with some hilarious-if-it-wasn't-so-serious disingenuous cover up story concocted to explain how the Tory's would be Chancellor was funded to the tune of £500,000 by various high falluting city interests, without feeling that this was in any way a declarable interest. Iain Dale: Not Crowing Over Wendy Alexander
  • Until that comes in I would suggest that members of a body should be able to vote on all matters before it apart from when they have an declarable interest of course regardless of geographical applicability. Tuition fees
  • Actually, no one has deductions like the "super-rich," so the deductions threshold you imagine is hardly operable here except in the ever-so-statistically-marginal cases where a "super-rich" person has few declarable deductions. "It's the dishonesty."
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