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Fixed annuities are generally appropriate for conservative investors, because they provide stable, guaranteed monthly income payments, shielding the annuity owner flora market and investment risks.
First, for all section 467 rental agreements that constitute either a disqualified leaseback or a long-term agreement, the fixed rent for a rental period is the constant rental amount (described below).
Our goal is to match liabilities and assets, and the way for us to get there is to swap out floating rates for fixed rates.
The EMC Centera is a networked storage system specifically designed to store and provide easy access to fixed content information.
AcSEC does not have the authority to provide further guidance on level-A topics, such as fixed asset and inventory accounting.
Axesstel will exhibit the PG330 along with its other fixed wireless phones, voice/data terminals, broadband modems and 3G gateways at 3GSM World Congress being held February 12 - 15, 2007 in Barcelona, Spain.
If an IRA owner is married and selects his or her spouse as a named beneficiary no later than the required beginning date, the IRA owner may elect on or before that date for IRA distributions to be paid over a fixed number of years based on the joint life expectancy found in table VI of Treasury regulations section 1.
Research shows that fixed annuities are important for retirees, so it is unfortunate that most retirees do not know, understand or appreciate fixed annuities," said Chris O'Flinn, president and CEO of ELM Income Group, Inc.
Already a global leader in passive fixed income, the firm has developed a suite of active and absolute return strategies across various fixed income asset classes, as well as portable alpha strategies that permit the "porting" of alpha from one strategy to another through the use of derivatives.
Pakistan fixed subscribers by operators (including WLL), 2004-2006
The tiny country proceeded to invest relatively heavily - to the tune of around US$27 million - in telecommunications infrastructure between 1996 and 2002 to provide the country with a modern fixed line network.
Scott's deep, high-yield bond investment experience and his extensive credit analysis expertise make him ideal to help expand upon SSgA's alpha-generation toolkit," said Paul Greff, director of Global Fixed Income for State Street Global Advisors.