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qualified

(Competent), adjective able, acceptable, accomplished, adapted, adept, adequate, apt, capable, deft, efficacious, eligible, entitled, equal to, equipped, expert, fit, knowing, licensed, practiced, skilled, skillful, suitable, trained, versed, well-suited, worthy, worthy of choice
Associated concepts: qualified applicant, qualified elector

qualified

(Conditioned), adjective accommodatus, checked, circumscribed, circumstanced, conditional, conningent upon, controlled, curbed, decreased, defined, dependent, diminished, idoneus, limitary, limited, moderated, modified, not absolute, prerequisite, provisional, provisionary, provisory, restricted, stipulatory, subject to terms
Associated concepts: qualified acceptance, qualified ennorsement, qualified privilege, qualified right
See also: admissible, capable, competent, conditional, deft, dependent, desirable, eligible, entitled, expert, familiar, fit, informed, literate, practiced, professional, proficient, sciential, suitable, veteran

QUALIFIED. This term is frequently used in law. A man hag a qualified property in animals ferae naturae, while they remain in his power, but, as soon as they regain their liberty, his property in them is lost. A man has a qualified right to recover property of which he is not the owner, but which was unlawfully taken out of his possession. But this right may be defeated by the owner bring a suit or claiming the property. Vide Animals; Trover.

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The Technical Corrections Act amended section 199(d) to provide Treasury and the IRS with the discretion to promulgate regulations that prevent more than one taxpayer from being allowed a deduction under section 199 with respect to a qualified activity.
Brosseau provides one example of a use of force by a police officer that, while constitutionally questionable, was certainly in the "sometimes hazy border between excessive and acceptable force," and, therefore, the officer was entitled to qualified immunity.
Discrimination rules for both HSAs and qualified retirement plans are intended to ensure that the plans are operated for the benefit of all participants, not just the highly compensated.
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Both qualified and non-qualified benefits rely on compounding and investment appreciation for maximum growth over time.
Thus, if a financial institution has a qualified tax-exempt obligation that meets these four requirements, the interest expense deduction is subject to a 20% (instead of 100%) disallowance.
Ostensibly, the two extremes of the school spectrum--urban and rural--are having the most challenges filling positions with highly qualified teachers.
Qualified distributions are not subject to the 10% early distribution penalty or 20% mandatory withholding tax.
These provisions make it imperative that public and private companies with qualified plans understand their duties as plan fiduciaries and review the procedures by which they carry out those duties.

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