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1. nonadmitted insurance (international insurance)

2. Number Of Seats / Berths In Motor Coaches, Buses And Trolleybuses

3. net operating loss

4. Noncountable Resource

5. NASDAQ Composite Index

6. Non-admitted Assets

7. natural vacancy rate

8. Non-tariff Measures

9. New European Exchange (NEWEX)

10. National Organization of Life and Health Insurance Guaranty Associations (NOLHGA)

11. non-recurring closing costs

12. Novemtrigintillion

13. News out

14. negative authorization

15. NASDAQ-100 Equal Weighted Index

16. nonproductive loan

17. notarial

18. nonratable elements

19. non-interest-bearing note

20. NPR

21. Nominal Gross Domestic Product

22. notice of claim provision

23. Node

24. Natural Rate Hypothesis

25. Non-Manufacturing ISM Report on Business

26. needle-nose pliers

27. net income from continuing operations

28. Nearby

29. nanny tax

30. number

31. Natural Rate Of Unemployment

32. net income from discontinued operations

33. New York Futures Exchange (NYFE)

34. No-Action Letter

35. Normal retirement

36. National Tourism Consumption

37. Non-instructional Educational Institution - UNESCO

38. Net advantage of refunding

39. Negative Growth

40. non-veneer panel

41. Node

42. Nonexempt Property

43. non-cumulative preferred

44. near option

45. non-resident alien tax

46. NNP

47. No Fee Mortgage Plus

48. normal slope application

49. named

50. Nitrous Oxide

51. net revenue pledge

52. New Mexico State Investment Office Trust

53. Natural Forests

54. Not-for-profit

55. Nominal Catch (in Acquatic Resources Accounts)

56. Non-contributory Pension Scheme

57. new home sales

58. National Association of Real Estate License Law Officials

59. Nomenclature Of Territorial Units (NUTS)

60. new money preferred

61. Novemseptuagintillion

62. Non-compulsory Curriculum

63. Next Day Settlement

64. Nasdaq small-capitalization companies

65. net transaction

66. Nymex Lookalike

67. Narcotics

68. notional income

69. Nasdaq 100 Index

70. no-hub joint

71. Net margin

72. Niche

73. Nikkei Stock Average

74. nominal yield spread

75. nonassessable

76. Number Of Persons Employed (Eurostat)

77. nuncupative will

78. nil paid

79. Nosedive

80. New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)

81. Net Premiums Written to Policyholder Surplus (IRIS)

82. naked writer

83. noise trader

84. notional rent

85. net pay

86. National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB)

87. Natural Resources Exploration

88. no-lien affidavit

89. Natural Guardian

90. normal wear and tear

91. nuclear soil compaction test

92. Newly Industrialized Countries (NICs)

93. Non-Registered Account (Canada)

94. norwegian brick

95. Normal backwardation theory

96. NYSE

97. negotiable security

98. named perils coverage

99. net payoff

100. Net operating loss carryforwards

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Hope Scholarship Credit

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You may qualify for a Hope scholarship tax credit for money you spend on qualified educational expenses for yourself, your spouse, or a dependent child.To qualify, the student must be enrolled at least halftime in the first or second year of a qualified higher education institution pursuing a degree or other credential.Qualified institutions include liberal arts colleges, universities, and vocational, trade, or technical schools. If two qualifying students are enrolled at the same time, you may take two Hope tax credits.To qualify for this credit, your modified adjusted gross income must fall within the annual limits that Congress sets. Those amounts tend to increase slightly each year.If you claim the credit while you're taking withdrawals from tax-free college savings plans such as a section 529 plan or an education savings account (ESA), you'll have to plan carefully. Your withdrawals will lose their qualified status and be subject to tax and penalty if you use them to pay for the same expenses for which you claim the tax credit. You can't take the credit, though, if you claim a tuition and fees deduction in calculating your adjusted gross income.

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