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The Committee did not equalize the MBA certificate issued by the Open University Malaysia, in collaboration with the Arab Open University in the Kingdom of Bahrain in 2015, as the Ministry does not accredit the higher education institutions in Malaysia.
In Equalize problems, the expression would be "how much" the small state must increase to equalize the big state ("If Juan earns 3 pesetas, then he has the same as Pedro") or "how much" the big state must decrease to equalize the small state ("If Pedro loses 3 pesetas, then he has the same as Juan").
A proposal to equalize school funding nationally is radical--in the sense that it tackles the root of the problem of national disparities in school funding--but it is the only way to ensure that all students across the country have access to a quality education on a relatively equal basis.
This equalizes the pressure in the tank, preventing the buckling failure.
In such circumstances, a CPA can recommend a stock redemption as a way to equalize the property settlement between spouses.
Scenario 2: Gross estate value $5,000,000 Marital deduction, to equalize distributions (1,932,414) Taxable estate 3,067,586 Federal estate tax 1,327,972 Available unified credit (192,800) Net Federal estate tax $1,135,172
"The agreement aims to equalize the amount of royalties each country will receive from the worldwide sale of test kits," says National Institutes of Health (NH) Director Harold Varmus.
One solution is for employers to equalize the tax effects of a funded plan with those of an unfunded plan.
The partnership agreement provides that depreciation deductions will be allocated 90% to A and 10% to B, and, on the sale of depreciable property, A will first be allocated gain to the extent necessary to equalize A's and B's capital accounts.