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Noun
/igˈzem(p)SHən/,
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exemptions, plural;
  1. The process of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others
    • - exemption from prescription charges
    • - regulatory exemptions
  2. The process of exempting a person from paying taxes on a specified amount of income for themselves and their dependents

  3. A dependent exempted in this way


  1. immunity from an obligation or duty
  2. a deduction allowed to a taxpayer because of his status (having certain dependents or being blind or being over 65 etc.); "additional exemptions are allowed for each dependent"
  3. an act exempting someone; "he was granted immunity from prosecution"
  4. (exempt) grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to; "She exempted me from the exam"
  5. (exempt) (of persons) freed from or not subject to an obligation or liability (as e.g. taxes) to which others or other things are subject; "a beauty somehow exempt from the aging process"; "exempt from jury duty"; "only the very poorest citizens should be exempt from income taxes"
  6. (exempt) excuse: grant exemption or release to; "Please excuse me from this class"
  7. In the Roman Catholic Church, exemption is the whole or partial release of an ecclesiastical person, corporation, or institution from the authority of the ecclesiastical superior next higher in rank.
  8. An act of exempting; The state of being exempt; immunity; A deduction from the normal amount of taxes; Freedom from a defect or weakness
  9. (exempt) One who has been released from something; To grant (someone) freedom or immunity from; Free from a duty or obligation; Not entitled to overtime pay when working overtime
  10. (EXEMPTIONS) Each state has different lists of assets you can keep in bankruptcy. These are called “Exemptions.” In a Chapter 7 case, you generally need to exempt assets that have Equity in them to keep them. Read my Blog on Exemptions, “What Are Exemptions (or What Can i Keep in Bankruptcy)”.
  11. (Exemptions) property that an individual debtor may protect from becoming part of the bankruptcy estate. Such property is defined by law. Exempt property is not available to be used to pay a dividend to creditors; a debtor may keep exempt property. ...
  12. (Exemptions) When property or money is declared exempt from a creditors ability to seize in court. (Back to Debt Glossary)
  13. (Exemptions) certain assets that Idaho bankruptcy allows a debtor to keep
  14. Exemptions are the kinds of property that are legally beyond the reach of creditors or the bankruptcy trustee. The debtor in bankruptcy keeps the exempt property.
  15. (Exemptions) Some employees are exempt from the overtime pay provisions or both the minimum wage and overtime pay provisions. Exemptions are generally narrowly defined under the FLSA. See Exemptions for more detail.
  16. (Exemptions) An exemption allows a certain amount of income or property to be legally excluded from taxation, seizure, levy, or a lien. If the creditor wins a judgment against you, the amount of property, savings, or wages that cannot be used to satisfy the debt are considered exemptions. ...
  17. (Exemptions) The Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects contains six exemptions. Research falling under one of these exemptions is not required to undergo IRB review and the investigator is not required to abide by the requirements for obtaining information consent [See 45 CFR 46. ...
  18. (Exemptions) Certain property owned by an individual debtor that the Bankruptcy Code or applicable state law permits the debtor to keep from unsecured creditors. ...
  19. (Exemptions (Mandatory Use)) The Administrator of General Services exempts the following spend types from the Mandatory Use of the travel card:
  20. (Exemptions (Tax)) A taxable event on which no tax is levied, due to an exception from the tax rules.
  21. (Exemptions (conditional and unconditional)) The specific reasons for exempting certain records or information from public disclosure. Conditional exemptions are those that require the records custodian to weigh the public's right to know against an individual's privacy rights. ...
  22. (Exemptions) A specific reason as cited within this part that eliminates the requirement for filing EEI.
  23. (Exemptions) Certain categories of information are not required to be released in response to a FOIA request because release would be harmful to governmental or private interests. ...
  24. (Exemptions) Emergency vehicles are typically exempt from certain rules of the road (speed limits, red traffic lights and ‘keep left’ bollards).
  25. (Exemptions) Free from duty or obligation required by others.