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  • 1 Imputed rent — is the economic theory of imputation applied to real estate.In owner occupancy, the landlord tenant relationship is short circuited. Consider two people, A and B, each of whom owns property. If A lives in B s property, and B lives in A s, two… …

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  • 2 Imputed income — is wealth created or acquired internally, or from non cash sources. An example of imputed income is a farmer who builds a table instead of buying one. The market value of the table minus any cost from wood and nails is the farmer’s imputed income …

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  • 3 imputed knowledge — n. Knowledge that is attributed to a person because he or she had a duty to know it and it was available. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. imputed knowledge …

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  • 4 imputed — index accused (attacked), alleged Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 imputed …

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  • 5 imputed notice — Information regarding particular facts or circumstances that the law permits to affect the legal rights of a person who has no firsthand knowledge of them but who should have learned of them because his or her agent or representative had direct… …

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  • 6 imputed income — n: income calculated from the supposed value of intangible or non cash sources Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 7 Imputed righteousness — For other uses of imputation , see Imputation (disambiguation). Calvinism John Calvin Background …

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  • 8 Imputed — Impute Im*pute , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Imputed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Imputing}.] [F. imputer, L. imputare to bring into the reckoning, charge, impute; pref. im in + putare to reckon, think. See {Putative}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To charge; to ascribe; to …

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  • 9 Imputed Cost — A cost that is incurred by virtue of using an asset instead of investing it or undertaking an alternative course of action. An imputed cost is an invisible cost that is not incurred directly, as opposed to an explicit cost, which is incurred… …

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  • 10 imputed interest — Used in accounting to refer to interest that has effectively been paid to a bondholder, even though no money has actually been paid. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * imputed interest imputed interest ➔ interest * * * imputed interest UK US… …

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  • 11 Imputed costs — Expenses not incurred directly, but actually borne. For example, a person who owns a home debt free has an imputed rent expense equal to the amount of interest that could be earned on the proceeds from the sale of the home if the home were… …

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  • 12 Imputed Value — The value of an item for which actual values are not available. Imputed values are a logical or implicit value for an item, or time set, wherein a true value has yet to be ascertained. It would be a best guess estimate, in order to accurately… …

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  • 13 imputed value — Refers to the value of an asset, service, or company that is not physically recorded in any accounts but is implicit in the product, e.g., the opportunity cost ( opportunity costs) of cash remaining in a savings account and not invested.… …

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  • 14 Imputed Interest — A term used to describe interest that is considered to be paid, even through no interest payment has been made. Imputed interest is calculated based on the actual payments that are to be, but have not yet been, paid. This interest is important… …

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  • 15 imputed — adjective : being the value in terms of money or hypothetical income receivable from something one has or owns that would yield real income if one wished (as a house one owns and uses but might rent) imputed rent imputed income …

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  • 16 imputed cost — A cost that is not actually incurred by an organization but is introduced into the management accounting records in order to ensure that the costs incurred by dissimilar operations are comparable. For example, if rent is not payable by an… …

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  • 17 imputed cost — A cost that is not actually incurred by an organization but is introduced into the management accounting records in order to ensure that the costs incurred by dissimilar operations are comparable. For example, if rent is not payable by an… …

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  • 18 imputed — As used in legal phrases, this word means attributed vicariously; that is, an act, fact, or quality is said to be imputed to a person when it is ascribed or charged to him, not because he is personally cognizant of it or responsible for it, but… …

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  • 19 imputed knowledge — This phrase is sometimes used as equivalent to implied notice, i.e., knowledge attributed or charged to a person because the facts in question were open to his discovery and it was his duty to inform himself as to them. In law of agency, notice… …

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  • 20 imputed — As used in legal phrases, this word means attributed vicariously; that is, an act, fact, or quality is said to be imputed to a person when it is ascribed or charged to him, not because he is personally cognizant of it or responsible for it, but… …

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