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The pre-contribution gain or loss recognized is the difference between the FMV and tax basis of the property on the date of contribution, reduced by any portion of that amount already taken into income by the contributing member before the date of distribution under the Sec.
The City will be contributing toward necessary infrastructure improvements at both Shea and Yankee Stadiums, and toward parkland replacement for the Yankee Stadium area.
Role conflict and ambiguity, value conflicts, feelings of isolation, and working with high stress clients or in high stress fields of practice are some of the key organizational factors identified in the literature as contributing to burnout.
Students describe their experiences as significant in contributing to how their views of oppression and racism change.
Tracy Lynette Salmon concedes that she was only investing 3% of her salary when she started contributing to her employer's 401(k) plan eight years ago.
Judge Fernandez saw no support in the law for distinguishing between contributing a note and executing a note payable to the corporation.
but because their emissions of methane gas are causing the atmosphere to heat up, thus contributing to the "greenhouse effect" and the depletion of the ozone layer.
They say significant hurdles remain before they'll be able to sort out the various contributing factors.
With the addition of these additional wiki- and community-based features, users will now be equipped with tools to positively impact swicki search results with simple actions such as polling, commenting and contributing.
While there is a problem with contributing cash and appreciated property in exchange for stock and debt in a single Sec.
As Canada's wealthiest diocese, Toronto is committed to contributing the largest amount, $5 million, to the $25-million fund that caps church liability in damage suits brought by natives alleging abuse in the now-defunct school system.
For CPAs this case illustrates the importance of carefully examining the form of a transaction when a client is contributing assets to a controlled corporation.