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Nonrefundable Personal Credits: Under existing law, for 2006, nonrefundable personal credits, except the child credit, the adoption credit and the low income saver's credit could not exceed the excess of the regular tax over the tentative minimum tax.
1271 applies, the creditor-partner would recognize a capital loss equal to the amount by which that partner's basis in the loan exceeds the value of the assets received from the partnership.
However, if the contractor fails to meet the minimum diversion requirement and exceeds $100,000 in administrative charges in any calendar year, the contractor loses its right to term extension beyond the base five-year term.
DGDA-2490 exceeds both ASTM PE3408 and ISO PE100 requirements.
Briefly summarized, a rental agreement has deferred rent if the cumulative amount of rent allocated as of the close of a calendar year exceeds the cumulative amount of rent payable as of the close of the succeeding calendar year.
Ultimately, we believe management's long-term performance is best measured by Market Value Added (MVA), the amount by which the market value of the firm exceeds the capital invested in it.
Yield to maturity, calculated under the original issue discount (OLD) rules, equals or exceeds the applicable federal rate (AFR) plus 5%.
Additional assessments may be required if the results exceed 30 micrograms per cubic meter or if there is a change in tasks, equipment or personnel likely to result in exposure to lead.
Your AGI exceeds the $150,000 threshold by $50,000.
To the extent that the conversion obligation exceeds the principal amount of the debentures converted, CRA maintains the right to satisfy the remaining conversion obligation in shares of its common stock (or cash in lieu of fractional shares).
In general terms, impairment is defined as the condition that exists when the carrying amount of an asset exceeds its fair value.
However, the personal exemptions and exemptions for dependents will be phased out if adjusted gross income (AGI) exceeds $172,050 for married couples (up from $167,700 in 1994) and $114,700 for singles (up from $111,800 in 1994).