Mark to Market

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Mark to Market

To record a change in the value of an asset or fund to reflect its current fair market value. Marking to market occurs on a daily basis and is used for a number of purposes. Notably, investors mark to market a portfolio or security to ensure that a margin account is meeting its minimum maintenance.
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If the hedge is not considered effective, the entire derivative would be marked to market in earnings.
However, the ultimate economic result would would be the same whether or not the fixed-rate purchase contracts were marked to market during this interim period.
1221-2(d)(2) if (1) the position of the member in the transaction would qualify as a hedging transaction if it had been entered into with an unrelated party, and (2) the position of the other member in the transaction is marked to market under that member's method of accounting.
This seems a particularly odd conclusion, given the IRS's previously expressed view that a tolling agreement does not constitute a position in a commodity that can be marked to market under Sec.
If a taxpayer can sustain the position (contrary to the conclusion in the CCA) that the tolling agreement can be marked to market under Sec.
Furthermore, if the directive is applied, the taxpayer must demonstrate that all the securities marked to market under Sec.
The mark-to-market values reported on the financial statement are consistent with those used in the calculation of taxable income for securities required to be marked to market under Sec.
The market value pool would constitute a general hedge designation, and all components would be marked to market.
1256, certain contracts (such as regulated futures contracts, foreign currency contracts, nonequity options and dealer equity options) are marked to market, and any capital gain or loss is treated as 60% long-term and 40% short-term.
How to identify those liabilities that need to be marked to market if it is decided that liabilities need to be marked to market.
Citicorp has tens of billions of dollars of assets marked to market every day.
We need to get debt and equity securities marked to market.