mid.

mid.

abbr.
middle
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mid.

abbreviation for
middle

Mid.

abbreviation for
(Military) Midshipman
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This is the correct methodology, because if a minority interest is given, it should be entitled to a MID.
The Service ruled that the son's interest was not to be aggregated with the father's; therefore, the estate was entitled to a MID. There was no discussion of a swing vote premium to reduce the MID, which is correct because the son already had control.
The refund claim reported the value using the capitalization-of-earnings method and a 30% MID. The court ruled that because there was a market for the minority interest among the company or persons associated with it, there was no need for a MID.
Thus, it follows that the absence of such a ready market (i.e., lack of intent) should require a MID. In Ward,(22) which also cited Luce, the court found that MIDs were appropriate, in part, because the other shareholders were not willing or financially able to buy the transferred shares if they were offered for sale.