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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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481(a) adjustment) is spread ratably over four years.
861-8(e)(12)(iii), charitable contribution deductions that fall within neither of the foregoing special rules will be apportioned ratably on the basis of gross income in accordance with Treas.
In the current year (year one), the company generated an unexpected capital gain of $1 million, which qualifies for installment gain treatment and thus will be recognized ratably over four years, as shown in exhibit 4, page 77.
Taxpayers living elsewhere may have to deduct the points on such loans ratably over the loan's life.
Applying losses ratably will produce a smaller foreign tax credit (FTC) than streaming foreign-source losses against foreign-source income where, as in TEI's example, the loss is domestic.
The first issue addresses whether revenue for contracts containing scheduled price changes should be recognized based on scheduled prices or ratably over the term of the contract.
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These limitations provide that existing unsecured debt will be equally and ratably secured with any new secured debt funding incurred in an LBO in the event that total secured debt, excluding certain permitted liens, exceeds 5% of net tangible assets, or approximately $1.
2003-79 provides procedures for qualifying partners and S corporation shareholders to elect to take into account ratably over four tax years their share of income from a partnership or S corporation attributable to a short tax year ending after May 9, 2002, but before June 1, 2004.
In addition, the authorized capital stock of the Company will be reduced ratably, from twenty million shares to four million shares.
Instead, all package design costs incurred during the tax year are capitalized and amortized ratably over a 48-month period.