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Executive Management Board, was reinvested in additional shares.
The cost savings that result from greater efficiencies can be reinvested in the relationship -- for example, toward activities such as trade spending for consumer-oriented promotions.
However, the taxpayer must be able to prove it reinvested the proceeds in qualified replacement property if the IRS raises the question.
1034 had not been repealed and J and C properly reinvested, they would have escaped gain recognition on the sale entirely.
A word of caution: Return on any broad market index selected must be calculated on a dividend reinvested basis.
4) Total Return at Net Asset Value is the combination of changes in the Common Share net asset value, reinvested dividend income and reinvested capital gains distributions at net asset value, if any, and does not reflect the sales charge, if applicable.
If you reinvested your dividends, that becomes part of your cost basis.
If you exercised the options, paid the income tax, and passed the reinvested proceeds on to your heirs 20 years after exercise, you would leave them $197,000 after estate taxes.
The problem of tax consequences arises when proceeds are reinvested at the individual level.
The result is that the principal will be returned on the maturity date as expected, but the additional income derived from reinvested cash flows will be substantially less than had been anticipated at the time the bond was purchased.
Dividends reinvested in newly issued or treasury shares of common stock of the Company under a dividend reinvestment plan will not be treated as dividends for the purpose of the pre-dividend free cash flow test and will not reduce excess cash for the purposes of the senior credit facility.