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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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It should also include the name and address of the supplier and the customer, the quantity and nature of the goods supplied, the scope and nature of the services provided, the amounts subject to tax according to the rate or exemption, the tax-exclusive unit price and any discounts or rebates if they are not included in the unit price and tax rate.
Contingent payments total up to USD 25m based upon the attainment of financial performance objectives through the end of 2018 plus the awarding of certain employee incentive equity amounts subject to vesting requirements.
Benefit amounts subject to this framework agreement may vary from the first period of the market and for each of the possible annual renewals within the following limits:
The total VAT owed to companies, excluding the amounts subject to on-going audits, was refunded at the end of 2013.
The first [euro]200,000 is tax free with the excess amounts subject to 20% tax rate.
All amounts subject to change and terms and conditions do apply.
Conversely, amounts subject to little or no information reporting had a 56 percent net misreporting rate in 2006.
No interest will be paid on amounts subject to deferral.
Assuming that a service provider earns income to which he or she has a legally binding right, there still may be no amounts subject to Sec.
That represents tax deferral, as those withdrawals will come into account on final encashment, in calculating amounts subject to income tax.
This new rule is harsh, not only because it makes it harder to exclude recovered amounts from income but also because it increases the adjusted gross income in the recovery year, making it more difficult to deduct medical expenses, miscellaneous itemized deductions and other amounts subject to the - 3% rule.
For example, we believe the linkage of amounts subject to the Code's deficiency procedures with amounts subject to the Code's non-deficiency procedures -- as illustrated with horrendous results by Example 4(v) under Temp.