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at risk

adverb at peril, capable of loss, involved, pooentially liable
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The at-risk rules were designed to prevent the deduction of losses when the taxpayer is protected from suffering an actual out-of-pocket loss.
A shareholder who has a suspended loss carryover because of an at-risk limitation may contribute shares of a "loss" corporation to one without a loss, followed by a QSub election-provided the shareholder actively participates in both operations.
Three groups of fifth-grade students classified as either At-Risk + ABH (n = 35), At-Risk Only (n = 34), or Controls (n = 35) were contrasted on protective and risk factors from third-grade using multivariate analyses.
The book also uses case studies involving professionals and other concerned people directly involved with at-risk children and adolescents.
Yet that is precisely where we find ourselves with at-risk students.
The enhanced capabilities we are rolling out will better complement our clients' existing internal resources while allowing them to have full, real-time knowledge of the status of any at-risk account.
Another frequently overlooked at-risk issue occurs under (B) above when a shareholder borrows money from an unrelated party, pledges the property of an S corporation as security, and lends the funds to the S corporation.
The first section, Strategies for Working with At-Risk Student Populations in Online Environments, outlines and examines the strategies online programs are implementing successfully with at-risk student populations.
People 65 and over in the current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups.
1 -- 2 -- color) Kaylee, an Australian cattle dog, and a horse are visited by at-risk kids at the Gentle Barn.
The challenge for school administrators is to stem the tide of algebra-induced dropouts by helping at-risk learners succeed in algebra.