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Make sure repairs to tangible property were actually repairs before you deduct the cost

Repairs to tangible property, such as buildings, machinery, equipment or vehicles, can provide businesses a valuable current tax deduction — as long as the so-called repairs weren’t actually “improvements.” The costs of incidental repairs and maintenance can be immediately expensed and deducted on the current year’s income tax return. 392 more words

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Fight Club?

How much “action” is needed in a successful Cozy Mystery?

Must there be fisticuffs and a wanton car chase?

Must there be a life-and-death tussle on the floor between sleuth and murderer? 27 more words


Argument and its features 135

If an argument is deductive,  then all its premises must be true.  But your argument has a false premise, so it must be either inductive or fallacious. 40 more words

Argument and its features 131

  1. If a deductive argument has a false conclusion, one of its premises must be false.
  2. If an argument has false premises and a true conclusion, it is fallacious.
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Argument and its features 113

Every street in Vancouver leads straight to Stanley Park.  So Purcell Way must lead straight to Stanley Park.

Circle the one best and most complete description of the passage above: 43 more words

Argument and its features 112

Jonathan has a sister, so it follows that he cannot be an only child.

Circle the one best description of the passage above:

  1. It is an example of a deductively fallacious argument.
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Argument and its features 111

Anyone who tortures an animal is inhumane.  The boy who lives in the house on the corner of our street tortured a squirrel.  So he is not a human. 41 more words