Definition of Carry back

1. Verb. Deduct a loss or an unused credit from taxable income for a prior period.

Generic synonyms: Deduct, Subtract, Take Off



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carry Back

carroty
carrousel
carrousels
carrow
carrows
carrs
carry
carry-forward
carry-on
carry-over
carry-the can
carry a lot of weight
carry a torch for
carry a tune
carry away
carry back (current term)
carry coals to Newcastle
carry forward
carry off
carry one's heart on one's sleeve
carry one's heart upon one's sleeve
carry one's own weight
carry one's weight
carry oneself
carry out
carry over
carry someone's water
carry the bat
carry the can

Literary usage of Carry back

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1. Model Tax Convention on Income and on Capitalby (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Oecd, OECD Staff, OECD. Committee on Fiscal Affairs, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, Development. by (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Oecd, OECD Staff, OECD. Committee on Fiscal Affairs, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, Development. (2000)
"Greece: Country by country with no carry forward or carry-back of excess credits; — Italy: Per country limitation with no carry forward or carry-back of ..."

2. United States in the World War by John Bach McMaster (1918)
"... and you must carry back with you the knowledge that you have done your duty according to the best of your ability as long as it was possible. ..."

3. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1883)
"than empty cars, sent to carry back tbo sugar, molasses, and rice of the Southwest. The annual settlement of the United States Mint nt New Orleans for the ..."

4. The British Quarterly Review by Robert Vaughan, Henry Allon (1869)
"Since that date the Franciscan has been so unchanged, in spite of the movement of the world, that it seems natural to carry back his existence to the ..."

5. The Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son by Philip Dormer Stanhope Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, Eugenia Stanhope, Charles Strachey, Annette Calthrop (1901)
"I shall go to town in four or five days, and carry back with me a little more hearing than I brought; but yet not half enough for common wants. ..."

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