carry-back


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carry-back

[ˈkærɪbæk] N (Fin) → traspaso m al período anterior
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ASGCO's newly enhanced Skalper series of conveyor belt pre-cleaners have solved carry-back problems all over the world, according to the company.
It supplies positive delivery control with no material carry-back into the truck bed.
The blades of the Razor-Back with Spray Bar are then able to make consistent contact with the belt surface to remove nearly 98% or more of the coarse carry-back.
Carry-back losses: If you had a loss for 2006, you can carry back that loss against the taxes you paid the prior two years and get a refund.
This month is the last chance most pension savers will have to claim unused tax relief from earlier years, using the carry-back scheme.
THE saying "if you don't use it, you lose it" is particularly apt to the carry-back pension facility applicable to personal pensions.
Net Operating Loss Carry-Back--Extend the five-year net operating loss carry-back for three years (2003 through 2005) and hold taxpayers harmless for AMT.
The IRS has revised forms 1045 and 1139 to reflect the five-year carry-back period that resulted from the 2002 Tax Act (See "NOL Carrybacks and Carryovers," www.
The Act extends the carry-back period on net operating losses from two to five years for losses arising in tax years ending in 2001 and 2002.
New personal pension rules introduced in April this year mean that the carry-back election must initially be made to the pension provider, not the Inland Revenue.
172(b)) and AMT paid in prior years may be recoverable (unless an election to forgo the carry-back is filed).
Those same companies often file amended returns or carry-back claims and, on occasion, receive adjustments from the IRS.