The Korean sunset provision
was part of broad set of procedural reforms crafted by Kim Young Sam (hereafter, KYS), (4) the first civilian president since 1961.
(128) A recent JCT report exploring various policy options in energy taxation identified at least four tax credits with a one- or two-year sunset provision
that had budget effects for the entirety of a five-year budget window.
First, should the 2010 sunset provision
currently in law be
The AAP decided to support the bill in its entirety, even though it didn't agree with a sunset provision
that calls for an evaluation of the pediatric equity act in 5 years.
But the repeal contains a "sunset provision
" that reimposes estate taxes in 2011 to the level they were originally, Because estate tax laws can influence the designation of heirs of business properly and the operation of businesses, uncertainty built into the existing law makes it difficult for builders to plan their estates, the NAHB says.
107-296), by repealing the sunset provision
and allowing for continued procurement relating to defense against or recovery from terrorism or nuclear, biological, chemical, or radiological attack (H.R.
It is important to note that there is a 4-year sunset provision
for some parts of the act.
On the other, the draft legislation features a sunset provision
that will end the federal program after three years, which makes it a short-term backstop that should not divert the attention of the reinsurance market or risk managers from the need to manage capital and risk for the long term.
2001-51 (1) addressed (1) allowable benefit increases and their effect on other qualification requirements, (2) plan amendments and (3) the sunset provision
2143 would remove the sunset provision
from the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act (P.L.
"The Maritime Security Program has a legislated sunset provision
, effective August 2005.
The House proposed a two- or three-year sunset provision
. The anti-terrorism law would be repealed after the designated period elapsed.