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HOHigh Output
HOHands-On
HOHead Office
HOHonduras (Swan Islands)
HOHand-Over
HOHome Office
HOHolstein (cattle breed)
HOHomeowners (multiple line insurance policy covering both property and liability for homeowners)
HOHigh Order
HOHold On
HOHandout
HOHold Off
HOHonest Opinion
HOHoger Onderwijs (Dutch)
HOHand Off
HOHolmium
HOHammer On (guitar technique)
HOHide Out
HOHearing Officer
HOHeavy Oil
HOHippocratic Oath
HOHydrographic Office
HOHouse Officer
HOHydrogen/Oxygen
HOHistory Office
HOHarmonic Oscillator
HOHeadquarters Office
HOHeterotopic Ossification (orthopedics)
HOHostilities Only
HOHearing Office (Social Security)
HOHinder Ordonnantie (Indonesian: Hinder Ordinance)
HOHandelsorganisation (GDR trade organization)
HOHumanitarian Operation
HOHeavy Offense (gaming)
HOHand Orthosis
HOHurst Olds (automobile)
HOHospitalisation d'Office (French)
HOHardware Overhead
HOHip Orthosis
HOHip Opener (stretching exercise)
HOHierorts (Austrian German: local or locally)
HOHalf O Scale
HOHeight Obstacle
HOHorizontal Overscan
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The costs of a home office can be deductible, effectively converting personal expenses into a business write-off [Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 280A], The following two tests must be satisfied to be eligible for a home office deduction.
One organiser of the protest, Yacob, said: "The protest is about the Home Office report they put out in March, 2015.
The data shows 11,672 performancerelated bonuses were awarded in 2012/13, with nearly 40% of staff at the Home Office cashing in.
This measure will offer taxpayers a simpler, optional method of calculating the home office deduction.
Both self-employed and employee taxpayers may qualify for home office tax deductions, but the additional requirements for employees often are difficult to meet.
The Home Office announced last September that it wanted to create regional police "superforces" by forcing through mergers.
Welsh Secretary Peter Hain admitted he shared her concerns and was in talks with the Home Office.
He said: "What the present case and others like it reveal is at best an unacceptable disregard by the Home Office of the rule of law - at worst an unacceptable disdain by the Home Office for the rule of law, which is as depressing as it ought to be concerning.
April 22 ( The Home Office agrees to review the case and staff at Newcastle General Hospital launch a petition in support of the Ganis
How much would home office productivity improve using this type of real-time application processing?
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