The congressional defense committees have recognized that some carryover
is appropriate to facilitate a smooth flow of work during the transition from one fiscal year to the next," GAO said in the report.
172(b)(2) and the regulations thereunder, the amount of the NOL that is absorbed in a carryover
year equals the taxable income for that year determined with certain modifications (modified taxable income).
Since extremely small sample amounts are being measured, minimal carryover
of sample substances and low adsorption effects is a must.
New York law takes the "subject to tax" restriction one step further and provides that a taxpayer must be subject to the same article of the New York tax law in both the loss year and the carryover
year to claim an NOL deduction (N.
From fiscal years2004 through 2007, the Army depots' total carryover
significantly increased from $1.
is the third largest three-day carryover
in track history and it's expected the total pick-six pool, including carryover
, could approach $4.
2003; Rice 1996), a phenomenon we refer to as carryover
effects of the contaminant (Figure 1).
In response to a question, he said that as recently as two weeks ago a Big-4 tax partner advised that excess credit carryovers
can offset the tax liability arising from the 15-percent income inclusion.
However, with no carryover
and the low crop expectations of Italy and Greece, it would appear that olive oil would continue to be in short supply for the whole of 2004.
problem sometimes causes water "slugs" due to vacuum piping pockets.
As a result, there is a carryover
of pounds 19,102.
One of the keys in stopping this offense lies in having as much carryover
as possible from your basic reads and schemes.