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amortize

formerly, in the law of property, to transfer lands in MORTMAIN.
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Tax-exempt bonds are barred a deduction for amortizable bond premiums under IRC section 171(a)(2).
of Switches) * Cost_per_Sw (Cost per switch) Cost_Net= Cost_Port + Cost_Cab + Cost_Switch + Cost_Imp However, networking costs should be amortized to calculated the amortized networking cost represented by Cost_Am_Net and given by Cost_Am_Net=Cost_Net * Ap_S (Ap_S is Amortizable Parameter for Server).
See Q 7742 for an explanation of how the amount of amortizable bond premium is determined.
[Millions of dollars] 1996 1997 Foreign-owned companies 1 Current-cost net plant and equipment 484,327 50,597 2 Plus: Current-cost inventories 164,995 169,513 3 Other assets 830,418 898,843 4 Less: Amortizable intangible assets 86,261 90,141 5 Equity investment in unconsolidated businesses 97,828 106,194 6 Equals: Current-cost assets 1,295,651 1,377,986 7 Denominator(1) 1,336,819 All U.S.
Accordingly, Section 197(g) authorizes the Treasury to issue new regulations for Section 1060 to reflect the fact that goodwill and going concer value are now amortizable.
You may need to: * identify amortizable assets and fair market values in a purchase agreement to provide the proper tax treatment for individual assets; * buy or sell shares in the foundry to establish the value of a minority interest; * obtain financing or recapitalize business; stock valuation helps set collateral value for obtaining financing; * establish or update an employee stock ownership plan; (ESOP).
Therefore, taxpayers do not get the benefit of a historical adjustment for previously incurred R&D expenditures (likely moving the items from amortizable to currently deductible).
Therefore, the right to use an AVA designation is a [section] 197 intangible, and the amount of the vineyard's purchase price allocated by Taxpayer to the right to use the AVA designation is an amortizable [section] 197 intangible."
Amounts paid to or on behalf of a tenant for improvements to the leased premises and for tangible property (collectively, "TI's") are capitalizable and the costs are either depreciable or amortizable depending on the structure and facts and circumstances.
* How is the amount of amortizable premium determined?
of a character subject to allowance for depreciation under section 167" include amortizable intangibles that may be subject to the amortization rules of IRC section 197?