write-off
Noun

write-off

  1. (accounting) The cancellation of an item; the amount cancelled or lost
  2. Something that is now worthless (such as a car after an accident)
Translations
  • Russian: списа́ние
Verb

write-off

  1. Nonstandard spelling of write off#English|write off.
    • 2000, Roy L. Nersesian, Trends and Tools for Operations Management, Greenwood Publishing Group, ISBN 978-1-56720-225-0, page 80 ↗:
      If you are eager to manufacture the recharging unit, the analyst will be tempted to write-off the equipment over its physical life and provide you with a lower breakeven volume. If you prefer to outsource, the analyst will be tempted to write-off the equipment over its tax life and provide you with a higher breakeven volume.
    • 2005, OECD Economic Surveys, Volume 2005/13 (September 2005): China, OECD Publishing, ISBN 978-92-64-01182-3, page 146 ↗:
      This has spurred major efforts to write-off loans by the two pilot banks and considerable progress at the largest of the SOCBs (the ICBC).
    • 2007, Ganapathy Palanithurai et al., A Handbook for Panchayati Raj Administration (Tamil Nadu), Concept Publishing Company, ISBN 978-81-8069-340-3, page 58 ↗:
      Provided that where the Collector or any of his subordinates is responsible for the collection of any tax, […] the power to write-off such tax, […] on the ground of its being irrecoverable, shall be exercised by the Commissioner of Land Administration […]



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