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In that instance, a credit or debit should specifically be applied to the carrying charges of a particular item, or applied generally, if purchase discounts would otherwise be unavailable.
266-1(c) provide for an election to capitalize taxes and carrying charges incurred on certain real and personal property.
The shareholders realized that the carrying charge increase would have an immediate improvement on the physical condition of their property and that the 35-year term of the HUD mortgage would spread out the costs of the refinancing, keeping the monthly payments affordable.
Monthly carrying charges range from $525 to $1,488.
As for the collection of the tax, Gilbert says, depending on how the rebate system is handled, there may be some additional carrying charges incurred by business to finance the gap between the time they pay the GST and the time they receive a credit.
Operating costs and carrying charges that are considered to be ordinary and necessary" expenses of managing, maintaining, and conserving forest land may be wholly or partly deducted (expensed) each year as these costs are incurred-provided the woodland activity is done for profit and the expenditures are directly related to the income potential of the property.
The pharmacist-customer typically reduces the ratio of inventory to sales, thus radically reducing McKesson's inventory and the attendant carrying charges.
SOLID FINANCIAL FLEXIBILITY: The system's strong balance sheet resources and affordable rates provides significant flexibility to meet rising debt carrying charges, while helping to offset the historically below average debt service coverage margins.
The Adeline anticipates a 25-year 421-a tax abatement and some of the lowest monthly carrying charges and real estate taxes in the city.
He predicted that interest rates and the availability of credit will influence would-be buyers more than increasing carrying charges.
312(n)(1) also requires capitalization of "construction period carrying charges," which include (1) interest on debt incurred or continued to acquire, construct or carry property, (2) property taxes and (3) similar carrying charges to the extent such charges are attributable to the property's construction period.
70-539, a corporation that was engaged in developing real estate capitalized interest, taxes, and carrying charges in the tax basis of its property in the first three tax returns it filed.