Annualized Income

Annualized Income

The actual income and expenditures for a particular period multiplied by the ratio of 12 to the number of months in the period. For example, if annualizing the income for the period January 1 though May 31, multiply the income for the period by 2.4 (12 divided by 5).
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The figure is a subset of the return on average asset ratio, which divides annualized income or loss by average assets in order to give a uniform basis for comparison of fee income among different credit unions, the firm said.
These final regulations significantly modify the prior proposed regulations (REG-107722-00) and establish a comprehensive set of rules for corporations using the annualized income installment method.
Aiken, Sun's chief financial officer, was very positive about Sun's ability to meet the annualized income improvement goal of approximately $150 million for 1993 that the company projected last year.
9233001 (April 28, 1992), the IRS asserted a large corporation is not required to include subpart F income when computing annualized income installments for its estimated tax payments.
Under these conditions, Joe may benefit, at least for the first installment, from using the annualized income safe harbor.
Because the increased estimated tax payments demanded greater precision in preparing the estimates, the estimated tax penalty was restructured and the annualized income exceptions expanded.
A brief annualized income and expense summary, which combines the results from Parts "A" and "B" of the program, is shown in Table 5.
Participating ethanol facilities generate significant additional annualized income and earn a return on their investment in the program about 1.
66552(f)(2)(v), a proportionate amount of a taxpayer's estimated annual depreciation (and/or amortization) expense is taken into account in determining the annualized income installment.
Before the EUCA amendments, a taxpayer with income that varied during the year could lower or eliminate a required estimated payment by using the annualized income installment method.
While the BEA -- using six-month-old data -- has been measuring annualized income growth of 2.