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carryback

n. in taxation accounting, using a current tax year's deductions, business losses or credits to refigure and amend a previously filed tax return to reduce the tax liability. (See: carryover)

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In addition, however, firms with L > 0 face an additional cost of waiting because waiting postpones the use of the tax loss carryover. Therefore, firms with loss carryovers exercise their real options earlier because they have higher waiting costs, which in turn implies that the value of the real option from Equation (20) (i.e., the value of the real option excluding the value of the NOL carryover) is lower for a firm with an NOL carryover.
The new rules direct that any credits or credit carryovers are to be used in the following order:
As a result, there is a carryover of pounds 19,102.26 in the Placepot at Pontefract today, because evening meeting carryovers are not put up for grabs the following day.
While the basic rules relating to ownership of second homes (summaried below) may be well known, one aspect which has been overlooked is the interaction of the passive activity rules under Section 469 and the income limitation under Section 280A, particularly in regard to loss carryovers, and the tax consequences in the year in which the vacation home is disposed.
Generally, for every dollar of DOI Income which is avoided because of insolvency or bankruptcy, certain tax attributes (i.e., the debtor's loss carryovers and/or tax basis of his assets) must be reduced by $1.
(14) Although this provision was often described as a shorter built-in gains period, it did not have that effect on carryovers. Although the BIG tax was suspended for the eighth, ninth, and 10th years of the 10-year recognition period (15) (the BIG tax rate was zero), once the recognition period reverted to the 10-year rule that applied permanently, the corporation needed to track its recognized but untaxed built-in gains during this suspension and calculate the effects on net unrealized built-in gain and built-in gain carryforwards.
Another major change limits any credit carryovers for qualified employers, including entity flow-through owners, to 10 years for taxable years beginning on or after Jan.
In addition, the ordering rules set forth in section 904(c) for FTCs require that the current year's credits be utilized before any carryovers are taken into account.
Financial statement prepares must then deal with the practical considerations associated with net operating loss, capital loss, minimum tax credit, and foreign tax credit carryovers.
Under the Regulated Investment Company Modernization Act of 2010, this tax effect attributable to the Funds capital loss carryovers (the conversion of nontaxable returns of capital into distributions taxable as ordinary income) will no longer apply to net capital losses of the Fund arising in Fund tax years beginning after Nov.
Due to the most recent economic downturn, many corporate taxpayers accumulated significant carryovers of net operating losses (NOLs), alternative minimum tax (AMT) net operating losses (ATNOLs), and charitable deductions.
Taxpayers that significantly shift their operations to increase or decrease their activity in a state may need to consider the impact on their deferred tax asset values attributable to state NOL carryovers. For example, if a taxpayer ceases operations in a state, it may need to fully reserve the deferred tax asset attributable to the NOL carryover in that state.