They were granted exemptions from military service.
You can claim a tax exemption for each of your dependents.
Recent Examples on the WebThe Bidens are among the few leaders getting a special exemption to the rules.
Kevin Sullivan, Washington Post, 16 Sep. 2022 The agreement also loosens the industry’s attendance requirements, allowing for a more expansive sick leave and medical exemption policies.
Tristan Bove, Fortune, 15 Sep. 2022 The next year, Colorado granted a similar exemption.
Dennis Romero, NBC News, 12 Sep. 2022 Jillian's playing at Kenwood this week as a sponsor's exemption.
Adam Baum, The Enquirer, 11 Sep. 2022 Multnomah County issued a mandatory wood burning restriction beginning Saturday at noon, barring residents from burning wood without a county exemption.
oregonlive, 10 Sep. 2022 This affects a small percentage of staff with a vaccine exemption.
Jessica Van Egeren, Journal Sentinel, 8 Sep. 2022 The tax exemption was first reported by the Miami Herald.
Graham Kates, CBS News, 6 Sep. 2022 Da Silva said the school denied her daughter's medical exemption during the last school year despite having a doctor's approval.
Taylor Penley, Fox News, 6 Sep. 2022 See More
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: an exemption that is allowed for each dependent who qualifies under the tax laws (as sections 151 and 152 of the Internal Revenue Code)
Under the federal income tax laws, the dependency exemption is allowed for each dependent whose gross income is less than the exemption or who is a child of the taxpayer and is under 19 or a student under 24.
: an exemption that is allowed for the taxpayer or for the taxpayer and spouse if filing a joint return
b: the right created by federal and state laws to exempt specified types of property from a bankruptcy estateprecludes the debtor from using the exemptions in the Bankruptcy Codealso: a type of property that may be claimed as exempt — see also Bankruptcy Code