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Comm.

abbr.
1. commander
2. commonwealth

comm.

abbr.
1. commerce
2. commission
3. committee
4.
a. communication
b. communications
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Comm., (2) decided under California law, where an IRC Section 2036 transfer was imputed to the surviving spouse-primary beneficiary when, because she failed to survive a 15-day delayed payment clause, proceeds were paid to the contingent beneficiary.
Comm., (6) an annuity payable under a DBO plan was included in the estate of the deceased controlling shareholder and Chairman of the Board under IRC Section 2038 because the decedent was considered to have held until his death the right to amend or revoke an annuity payable by the corporation to his wife if he should die while still in the employ of the controlled corporation and if certain eligibility requirements (tailor made for the decedent) were met.
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