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1. Plan participants

2. point of support

3. Proctor compaction analysis

4. Producers For Own Final Use

5. parge coat

6. purchaser

7. paving machine

8. plytooth saw blade

9. purchase requisition

10. Poll Tax

11. Position building

12. Pushed-towed Barge

13. project architect

14. plancier

15. production unit

16. Project contracts

17. press cutting

18. Point & Figure Charts

19. Peremptory

20. Pedagogical Support For Students

21. plan asset

22. Proportionate Consolidation

23. pumped concrete

24. price maker

25. Principal Activity ISIC Rev. 3

26. principal exchange rate linked securities (PERLS)

27. private corporation

28. Pixel

29. Praecipe

30. Prohibition

31. provisional rating

32. plenum barrier

33. Passive

34. paving

35. planning commission

36. Phase space

37. Public External Debt

38. proportional control

39. protractor

40. property residential technique

41. Pre-Provision Net Revenue

42. panel data

43. primary examiner

44. premium capacity

45. Pick-to-light

46. Performance measurement

47. party wall

48. Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA)

49. Perpetual bond

50. prior-charge capital

51. pinning

52. perforated

53. Prescriptive Policy Measures

54. peck

55. Pay-to-play

56. Pie model of capital structure

57. plank on edge

58. Premium Income

59. PTA

60. pendant

61. prior and pending litigation exclusion

62. Penalty tax

63. Portfolio optimization

64. Partial Payment

65. Planned Parenthood Of Southeastern Pennsylvania V. Casey (1992)

66. Price uncertainty

67. per capita income

68. preexisting condition

69. Plutocracy

70. product

71. phoenix company

72. Payment period

73. pry bar

74. Pension Fund Administrator

75. Pesticide

76. phased application

77. PEST Analysis

78. pound-cost averaging

79. Products - SNA

80. Pricing efficiency

81. patent family

82. PLT

83. pinhole

84. Physical Flow Accounts

85. proxy form

86. platinum card

87. pessimism

88. Prior-posterior Rule

89. penetrant

90. press brake

91. pattern of trade

92. Promoter

93. parent application

94. Prime book of entry

95. Predatory Lending

96. Planned financing program

97. portfolio return

98. Privacy Statement / Policy

99. Paradigm Shift

100. Post-trade processing

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Lifetime Learning Credit

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You may qualify to claim a lifetime learning tax credit of up to $2,000 each year for qualified higher educational expenses for yourself, your spouse, or a dependent if your family's modified adjusted gross income falls within the annual limits that Congress sets. Those amounts tend to increase slightly each year.The course work must be one or more courses but doesn't have to be part of a degree- or certificate-granting program, though the tax credit can be used for undergraduate, postgraduate, or professional studies. Even if you are paying for more than one person's education, you can take only one lifetime learning credit per 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 or deduct the amount as a business expense.

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