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Carry

Carry

1. See: Cost of carry.

2. A slang term for net financing cost.
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Molecular analyses of bdr genes: a polymorphic, linear plasmid carried, paralogous gene family.
172 requires losses to be carried back or forward in a certain order and places limits on the years to which they may be applied.
An NOL carried into a tax year that would otherwise have taxable income results in a reduction of ordinary income to zero; any additional NOL would be used to reduce capital gain.
An S corporation will, however, still be subject to Canadian branch tax on its Canadian operations carried on through a permanent establishment.
If the adjusted gain or loss generates an AMT net operating loss (NOL), the NOL must be carried back two years (Sec.
904(c), foreign taxes carried back are "deemed taxes paid" in the year to which they are carried.
The acquisition of the Carried Interest was considered by a special committee (the "Special Committee") of independent directors of the Company, consisting of Messrs.
Today, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration will conduct what it calls a captive carry flight in which the ultra-high-speed X-43A, mounted on a Pegasus winged space booster rocket, will be carried aloft by a modified B-52.
172(b)(2) establishes the manner in which NOLs are carried backward and forward from the year in which they were incurred.
7 pounds, the TITAN system boots up in less than 12 seconds and can be easily carried to wherever it is needed to immediately deliver patient care efficiently and effectively.
Quarterback James Florence ran for a 53-yard touchdown to put Highland (1-1-1) up 6-0 on the opening drive, but Peninsula (0-1-2) answered on its next possession when Jordan Munde carried the ball on seven of the drive's eight plays, including a 4-yard touchdown.
Overall, senior partners in this year's study sample received an average of $959,500 in combined salary, bonus and carried interest distributions, up 41% from the previous year.