Amount Subject

Amount Subject

In insurance, the amount likely to be lost in a disaster, depending on the risk of disaster in the area of the insured property. Insurance underwriters must estimate the amount subject for each policy. See also: Probable maximum loss.
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Aeorema said it "maintains a strong cash position" and will pay a dividend for the full year, the amount subject to its annual results.
Three lucky customers will win back their loan amount subject to a maximum of BD15,000
The amnesty grants a huge discount to taxpayers availing of the privilege like paying only 40 percent of the amount subject to final assessment and much higher savings for cases pending before the Department of Justice, the prosecutor's office and the courts.
An arrangement for payment of Rs160 per 40kg was agreed upon between millers and growers with the court leaving the payment of the differential amount subject to a decision by the apex court on identical cases that had been pending before the latter.
Explaining the amendments to the legislation, she noted that the ministry won't require entrepreneurs to pay the entire tax, and then return the amount subject to exemption.
The Anil Ambani-owned company Thursday said it remains committed to discharge any outstanding or disputed amount subject to final adjudication.
Guinigundo had said each Asean member may be extended a maximum of $40 billion each, with the actual amount subject to discussion depending on a standardized formula.
or foreign, that has control, receipt, or custody of an amount subject to withholding who can disburse or make payments on an amount subject to withholding or who makes a withholdable payment [IRC section 1441(a); Treasury Regulations section 1.1441-7(a)(1)].
It is also worth noting that the majority of states do not impose a gift tax, so lifetime gifting strategies can be particularly effective when attempting to reduce the amount subject to state estate taxes upon the client's death.
Boliden announced in August that the transaction was valued at USD95m (EUR75m), with the amount subject to adjustments for net debt, working capital and net capital costs during the settlement period.
"CFPB supervisory experience has observed that some card issuers do not adequately convey in their marketing materials that a consumer who accepts such a promotional offer will lose his grace period on new purchases if he does not pay the entire statement balance, including the total amount subject to the promotional APR, by the payment due date," said a CFPB bulletin.