carry-back


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carry-back

[ˈkærɪbæk] N (Fin) → traspaso m al período anterior
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* Complete belt cleaning system that incorporates a series of spray bars, belt cleaners and pressure/deflection roll to maximize effectiveness and virtually eliminate all carry-back.
Congress passed and President Obama signed the Worker, Homeownership & Business Assistance Act to extend unemployment benefits and expand and extend the five-year net operating loss carry-back period and the homebuyer tax credit enacted in the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA).
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. Advantages of the Razor-Back with Spray Bar are said to include lubrication of the belt/cleaners interface with much lighter tensioning required; fully adjustable sprays are built into the cleaner, enabling installation in the tightest spaces; spray nozzle sizes can be customized; and more.
* 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.calcpa.org/californiacpa/articles/2002/07.04.html, for more details on the 2002 Tax Act).
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.