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Prorate

To divide proportionately. To adjust, share, or distribute something or some amount on a pro rata basis.

prorate

verb allocate, allot, apportion, apportion pro rata, assess pro rata, assess proportionally, distribute, distribute proportionally, divide, divide proportionally, dole, mete out, parcel out, portion, split up
Associated concepts: prorate taxes
See also: allocate, allot, apportion, assess, charge, disburse, distribute, divide, parcel, partition
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The marital and prorated unified credits discussed above may also be used to minimize or eliminate the U.
2165 per unit was prorated for the 59-day period from the date of the closing of the Partnership's initial public offering on August 3, 2010 through September 30, 2010 pursuant to the terms of the limited partnership agreement.
In addition, the court's conclusion that accrual concepts required the prepayments of insurance and licensing fees to be prorated over the period to which they relate is inconsistent with Regs.
NYSE: PNG) today announced a prorated cash distribution of $0.
announced today that the Board of Directors of its general partner has declared a prorated quarterly cash distribution of $0.
The Giants signed him early in the season but at a prorated cost of $200,000.
121(c)(2)(b), a taxpayer who does not meet the ownership/use tests may qualify for a prorated exclusion if such failure is due to a change of place of employment, health or unforeseen circumstances.
These mortgages offer attractive interest rates (usually prime plus one percentage point, or 7 percent today) and because they are secured by debt on real estate, shareholders can deduct their prorated portion of the interest expense on their Federal tax returns.
For example, if a cell phone has been connected in the middle of a billing cycle, the amount displays as prorated and ensures that the company is not billed for an entire month of service.
4 cent dividend -- which is prorated from July 17, 2006, the effective date of Windstream's spinoff from Alltel and merger with VALOR Communications Group, Inc.
The Dodgers paid $25,000 to acquire Mille and will pay the prorated portion of the $280,000 he'll make this season.
It is important to note that the TRA '97 does not provide that income can be prorated, but rather indicates that the tax year must be closed with respect to the deceased partner.