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Ratable

That which can be appraised, assessed, or adjusted through the application of a formula or percentage.

Ratable property is that which is taxable or capable of being appraised or assessed.

ratable

adj. taxable according to value, such as an estate or property.

See: ad valorem
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The regulations may provide that income realized before the change date from discrete sales of assets would be excluded from the ratable allocation and could be offset without limit by pre-change losses.
The regulations maintain the general rule of ratable allocation but allow for a closing of the books election made on a timely filed return.
Thus, it makes no sense to attempt to determine the ratable share of E&P in a corporation in which the shareholders do not have any stock ownership.
382 limitation while, under ratable allocation, some portion of the loss would be allocated to the prechange period and subject to limitation.
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736(b) payments to be made to a partner is fixed, however, the partner may determine the amount of gain or loss attributable to each payment by applying a ratable portion of his basis in the partnership interest to each payment.
The agreement expires on June 10, 2002, and is secured by a lien on most of the Company's assets on an equal and ratable basis with the Company's senior notes.
Payment method: The payment method applies to all taxpayers that have not elected the ratable accrual method and that have not elected the recurring item exception.
Pursuant to the US Lines Plan of Reorganization, which became effective in 1990, the former unsecured creditors of US Lines became entitled to receive ratable portions of 5,000,000 shares of the Company's Common Stock.
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