Deduction [noun]

Definition of Deduction:

conclusion, understanding

Opposite/Antonyms of Deduction:

Sentence/Example of Deduction:

Tim Scott, a Republican senator from South Carolina, introduced the deduction, claiming it would help restaurants and restaurant workers who have been struggling since the beginning of the pandemic.

In other words, employers can claim a large portion of the cost of some AI up front as a tax deduction.

In addition to avoiding wage taxes, businesses can accelerate tax deductions for some AI when it has a physical component or falls under certain exceptions for software.

If you squeeze the last drop of deduction from the puzzle conditions, you won’t have too many trial-and–error candidates to search through.

In addition, the TCJA gives individuals several tax breaks—an increased child tax credit and standard deduction, for example—that are scheduled to expire at the end of 2025.

This was considered by the Post-office Department as an average deduction of 53 per cent.

The amount so collected was to be paid to the tithe-owners, subject to a deduction of three per cent.

Does he prove that criminal procedure against the colonies would fail, by sign or by deduction?

The great conclusions are reached by the certain methods of elimination and deduction.

No more logical deduction was possible than this commencement of decentralization within the Prussian monarchy.