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The only way to stop this type of deflationary spiral is for the government to borrow and spend the unborrowed private sector savings.
There is an exception to this general rule of nondeductibility of policy loan interest expense that is allocable to unborrowed policy cash values.
On May 8 she borrows $5,000 and deposits it into her checking account, which also contains $5,000 of unborrowed funds.
Most plans of minimum deposit insurance can be best explained as follows: (1) cash values are borrowed at a relatively low rate of interest; (2) borrowed cash values are used to pay premiums; (3) if any 4 out of the first 7 years' premiums are paid from unborrowed funds and borrowing in the other 3 years does not exceed the annual premiums, the policy is considered "tax qualified" and the interest paid on the borrowed cash values is deductible within the limits established under IRS regulations; (4) if the interest is deductible, after-tax cost is reduced; (5) if desired, beginning in the 8th year, both the premium and the after-tax cost of interest payments can be borrowed.
No wonder, then, that ever gathering volume from the mere transit over the widest watery spaces, the outblown rumors of the White Whale did in the end incorporate with themselves all manner of morbid hints, and half-formed foetal suggestions of supernatural agencies, which eventually invested Moby Dick with new terrors unborrowed from anything that visibly appears.
personal or home lines of credit, unborrowed credit card balances, life insurance cash values) or other reliable sources of borrowing (e.
Before considering the narrow and broad definitions of the money stock, let us examine the monetary base, total reserves, and unborrowed reserves.
Such was the demand from short-sellers for the stock that traders were even betting on unborrowed stock, known as "naked short-selling".
Although the exception from the general disallowance rule for policies on key employees and the interest rate caps put in place by 1996 legislation remain unchanged, 1997 legislation added a new provision (30) which generally provides that no deduction will be allowed for the part of the taxpayer's interest expense that is "allocable to unborrowed policy cash values.
The point that Pakistan should have had large holdings of unborrowed international reserves is supported by numerous studies on reserves and adjustment.
Furthermore, the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 added a new IRC Section 264(f) that generally provides that no deduction will be allowed for the part of the taxpayer's interest expense that is "allocable to unborrowed policy cash values.