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Due

Describing a debt or its maturity. For example, one may say that a $250,000 mortgage is due in 30 years, which means that the mortgage must be completely paid off 30 years from the time of that statement.

due

Of or relating to an obligation or receivable that is outstanding and payable.
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It must appear that substantial financial loss, for example, loss due to the sale of property at a sacrifice price, will result to the taxpayer for making payment on the due date of the amount with respect to which the extension is desired.
The act (or failure to act) giving rise to losses due to liabilities arising under Federal or state law must have occurred at least three years before the tax year, and the taxpayer must have been using the accrual method of accounting at the time.
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While margins should improve to the mid-to-high teens in the near term, MMC will struggle to restore margins to peak levels for the foreseeable future, especially as insurance brokers enter a more challenging operating environment, due to flat to softening commercial insurance pricing.
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