assessable assessable

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) capable of being assessed especially for the purpose of taxation
  2. (adj) capable of being considered carefully

Usage(s):

  1. When he found The Harrisburg soon after he became a partner in the company formed to work it, taking stock which he did not know was assessable.
  2. We will remove the property right from the fundamental rights, but we will make it a legal right, assessable and judged by the courts.
  3. They also owned half the land and nine-tenths of the assessable property.

News

  1. Law requires the purchase of health insurance

    Most Americans will be required to purchase health care insurance beginning January 1, according to mandates set forth by the Affordable Care Act. There will be a 90-day waiting period to obtain a private health insurance plan or face a tax penalty, the law states. The objective of the AFC is to make health care more assessable, improve the quality of health care, increase consumer protection ...
    on October 10, 2013     Source: The Edmond Sun

  2. Assessable improvements must be reported to revenue commissioner

    For anyone who has added or removed assessable improvements from their property on or before Oct. 1, they must sign a new assessment at Revenue Commissioner Sharon Barkley’s office to report these changes by Dec. 31.
    on October 9, 2013     Source: The Demopolis Times

Quotes

  1. "I think there are all kinds of questions," said Layton. "When the prime minister comes and just simply says there were some documents set aside in a way that made them assessable to other people everybody wants to know what the heck we are...
    on May 26, 2008 By: Jack Layton Source: Winnipeg Sun

  2. "It's more assessable now than it was then," said Beatty, in an interview. "It was fascinating to me the audience's response. The jokes were clearer, the remarks more resonant. The things that we attempt to excuse in the name of patriotism...
    on Oct 16, 2006 By: Warren Beatty Source: Los Angeles Times

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