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For the full year, adjusted EBIT and adjusted EBITDA were USUSD 397.
Seasonally adjusted total private-sector employment saw an over-the-year increase of 26,600 jobs since August 2016.
lt;strong>Correction:</strong> <em>A sentence in an article on January 25, 2010 about inflation adjusted box office results incorrectly stated 'Gone with the Wind' was released in 1933.
Adjusted net capital gain also includes qualified dividend income (discussed below).
Additionally, if the contributing partner's partnership interest is transferred or liquidated, the partnership's adjusted basis in the property is based on its FMV when contributed, and the BIL is eliminated.
Issuance of building permits, which can be an indicator of future building activity, was virtually unchanged in October, with a less-than one-percent decline to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.
Once we adjusted the data for the effects of socioeconomic status, birth weight, participation in WIC, and a few other variables, we were able to fully account for the difference in test scores.
Income adjusted for inflation is based on annual change in the consumer price index (CPI) from the U.
The maximum civil money penalties as set forth in the referenced statutory sections are adjusted as follows:
To determine the adjusted basis of each share in a category, the total adjusted basis of all the shares in the category is divided by the total shares in the category at that time.
The friction between the individual calender rolls can be freely adjusted.
its net interest expense exceeds 50 percent of its adjusted taxable income plus the excess limitation carryforward.

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