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future

adjective advancing, anticipated, arriving, close, close at hand, coming, designate, ensuing, eventual, expected, fated, following, forthcoming, imminent, impending, inevitable, later, likely, looked toward, looming, near, near at hand, next, nigh, pending, planned, planned for, posterus, predestined, predicted, probable, scheduled, sequent, subsequent, succeeding, to be, to come, ultimate, upcoming
Associated concepts: after acquired property, future accuired property, future advances, future contingency, fuuure damages, future debt, future earnings, future estates, future expectancy, future interests, future loss of earnings, future payments, future profits, future services
See also: forthcoming, imminent, potential, prospective, subsequent
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The cost of non-healthcare-related termination benefits for which the benefit terms establish an obligation to pay specific amounts on fixed or determinable dates should be measured at the discounted present value of expected future benefit payments (including an assumption regarding changes in future cost levels during the periods covered by the employer's commitment to provide the benefits).
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But, the future is here and probably changing faster than anyone can envision.
Let the future worry about it ("digital archeology").
Continued fiscal discipline will contribute tO maintaining robust expansion of the American economy in the future.
In addition, the TPM could serve as a basis for resolving all actual and potential disputes with the IRS for prior tax years and for avoiding such disputes in future years.
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