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MIB

abbreviation for MOTOR INSURERS BUREAU.
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Exhibit 1 illustrates the general rules for the amounts subject to OID, market discount, or market premium based on whether a debt instrument is an original issue or secondary purchase.
Examples of T-Act behaviors Def_Behavior TypeEmp { Data : int ssn ; float salary ; string department ; OID manager =NULL; Script : managerName( OID e ): C { string s ; OID x = getValue('manager',e); // retrieve value of the field 'manager' in instance e if (x
The three components in the OID scale used for the AreaServe study are commitment, solidarity, and loyalty.
Under the regulations, all or a portion of a C corporation issuer's deferred OID deductions with respect to a debt instrument are taken into account to the extent that an electing entity or its owners include all or a portion of the deferred COD income to which the C corporation issuer's deferred OID deductions relate.
The IRS argued that COB should compute the daily OID inclusion amount by using the same approach as used for a fixed pool of mortgages.
The amount of the "disqualified portion" that is eligible for the DRD is called the "dividend equivalent portion" and is generally equal to the disqualified portion of the OID which would have been treated as a dividend had a distribution of such amount been made by the issuing corporation with respect to its stock.
These efforts are the most recent disaster-management decisions made by the OID in the wake of the tornados, including a protocol requiring all licensed public adjusters performing services in the counties to exhibit their license before signing any contract.
Secondarily, the lender booked the warrants at a nominal value of $1,000 and the taxpayer did not amortize any OID on the tax returns originally filed.
481(a) adjustment, apparently because it was unclear in 1997 whether OID treatment in the TRA would apply to late fees.
The Series B Notes and the OID Notes are secured by all of the assets of the Company, subject to existing liens, are due December 4, 2009 and begin amortization of principal (in nine quarterly installments) on August 1, 2007.
After the necessary information is submitted, OID will contact all state-licensed life insurance companies asking them to search their records for any life insurance policies or annuity contracts insuring the decedent.
The IRS did not address the calculation of the portion of interchange fees includible under the OID rules in each period.