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A fourth letter had come from Prince Andrew, from Rome, in which he wrote that he would have been on his way back to Russia long ago had not his wound unexpectedly reopened in the warm climate, which obliged him to defer his return till the beginning of the new year.
Something might be done perhaps even now, at least to defer the marriage.
He might keep shape long enough to defer the marriage," said Sir James.
Name your price, defer these nuptials for but a few days, and see whether those I speak of, shrink from the payment.
You'd better defer your opinion to a more convenient season,' interrupted he in a low tone - 'here's the vicar.
not on good terms with previously), and then, once more, he would defer.
He likewise defers to them, loves them, whilst he speaks.
409A(a) (4)(B)(i), any election by a service provider to defer compensation for any tax year must be made before the beginning of such tax year.
14) Simultaneously, the government filed a criminal charge against KPMG, largely tracking the firm's confession, but prosecutors agreed to defer pursuing the case, and ultimately to dismiss the charge, if KPMG complied in full with the terms of the agreement.
In WTU's case, the court reversed and remanded to the PUCT the 1990 Court of Appeals decision upholding an order of the PUCT that permitted WTU to defer post-in-service operations and maintenance costs and carrying costs associated with the Oklaunion power plant.
An option to purchase employer stock (other than IRC section 422 incentive stock options or section 423 employee stock purchase plan options) does not defer compensation if?
Taxation of deferred compensation could be further deferred from its original payment schedule (or the form of payment changed) after the underlying services had been performed, if the agreement to defer was entered into more than a de minimis period before the first payment was due.