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"double household deduction"

Slovak translation: odpočítateľná položka za dvojitú domácnosť

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07:20 Oct 26, 2005
English to Slovak translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Poetry & Literature / accounting
English term or phrase: "double household deduction"
this term has been used in German material, what does that mean?
vanuz
Local time: 21:18
Slovak translation:odpočítateľná položka za dvojitú domácnosť
Explanation:
Double Household (translation from German "doppelter Haushalt") means when somebody is living in two households. Explanation: Somebody has a job far away from his home and is using other accommodation in the place of his employment (renting a house, living in a hotel etc.). He is living in both households, in the "job-household" when he staying in the place of his job, and in the "home-household", when he is at home (during weekends for example). Such situation is deductible from tax base. It includes travel expenses, costs for renting, hotels etc.
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Jan Fatara
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4odpočítateľná položka za dvojitú domácnosť
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double household deduction
odpočítateľná položka za dvojitú domácnosť


Explanation:
Double Household (translation from German "doppelter Haushalt") means when somebody is living in two households. Explanation: Somebody has a job far away from his home and is using other accommodation in the place of his employment (renting a house, living in a hotel etc.). He is living in both households, in the "job-household" when he staying in the place of his job, and in the "home-household", when he is at home (during weekends for example). Such situation is deductible from tax base. It includes travel expenses, costs for renting, hotels etc.


    Reference: http://www.geldsparen.de/content/steuern/index.php?artikel=d...
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