ascertainable


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

ascertainable

adjective answerable, certifiable, cognizable, comprehensible, confirmable, decipherable, definable, demonstrable, determinable, discernible, distinguishable, evincible, explainable, fixable, knowable, learnable, perceptible, recognizable, verifiable
Associated concepts: ascertainable consequences, ascertainnble damages, ascertainable debt, ascertainable loss
See also: appreciable, cognizable, comprehensible, deductible, perceptible, ponderable, provable, solvable
References in periodicals archive ?
When a call option is issued in connection with performance of services, and the stock is not transferable and does not have a readily ascertainable FMV, a second class of stock does not exist.
As a result, the Tax Court held that the transfer to the third-party beneficiaries was not severable and ascertainable from the interest of the nondonor spouse, and, therefore, none of the trust transfer qualified for split-gift treatment.
Please be apprised, subsumed in this inquiry will be the vetting of all transactions and the determination to the extent reasonably ascertainable, as to their validity in law.
The Tax Court addressed whether the portion of the stock transfer attributable to third parties was ascertainable so that such transfer would be eligible for gift-splitting.
2041(b)(1)(A) which states that the power to consume or invade the trust for the decedent's own benefit (as beneficiary) was "limited by an ascertainable standard relating to the health, education, support, or maintenance of the decedent.
If the package design asset developed (or modified) with the package design cost has an ascertainable useful life extending beyond the end of the tax year in which the costs are incurred, the taxpayer may amortize the costs ratably over that useful life, beginning with the month the design is placed in service.
Package design costs generally do not have an ascertainable useful life.
These risks and uncertainties, which may not be currently ascertainable and many of which are beyond SPSS' control, may cause SPSS' actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different than the results, performance or achievements expressed in or implied by the forward-looking statements.
If the warrant is compensatory and does not have a readily ascertainable fair market value, it is not taxable on grant or issue.
New regulations allow the IRS to collect taxes, at the highest rate, from an individual in illegal possession of $10,000 in cash or its equivalent (such as unreported gambling winnings, stolen income or income from other illegal activities) who does not admit to being the owner of the cash or does not allege that it belongs to another person whose identity is readily ascertainable and who acknowledges ownership.
This applies to (1) loans for which the borrower is personally liable for repayment, (2) nonrecourse loans secured by assets with a readily ascertainable FMV and (3) nonrecourse loans secured by assets without a readily ascertainable FMV.
Factors that are considered in this determination include the degree of control represented by the amount of stock to be valued and the value of stock of companies engaged in the same (or similar) lines of business that do have a readily ascertainable value (those that are listed on a stock exchange).