treas.

treas.

abbr.
1. treasurer
2. treasury

treas.

abbreviation for
1. (Banking & Finance) treasurer
2. (Banking & Finance) treasury
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The vice governors and vice mayors sit as the presiding officers of the Sangguniang Panlalawigan and Sangguniang Panlungsod respectively," said Treas.
To further confuse matters, some of the timing provisions explicitly delay withholding and information reporting (see Treas.
As a general matter, to comply with the universal availability requirement in Section 403(b)(12)(A)(ii) and Treas.
The contributions must be substantiated following the guidelines of Treas.
22) The new target corporation's basis (referred to as the adjusted grossed up basis or AGUB) is determined pursuant to Treas.
If an outstanding debt instrument is modified, or is exchanged for a new debt obligation of the issuer, a taxable exchange will occur if the terms of the outstanding instrument (hereinafter, the "old debt") are significantly modified within the meaning of Treas.
Each of the taxpayer's real estate interests is treated as a separate activity for these tests; however, Treas.
Under regulations effective for most obligations issued on or after April 4, 1994, a variable rate includes a qualified floating rate as defined in Treas.
Generally, a target benefit plan will be deemed to meet the "nondiscrimination in amount" requirement if: (1) it satisfies uniformity requirements with respect to normal retirement age and allocation formula (Social Security retirement age will be treated as a uniform retirement age; (1) (2) it provides a stated benefit formula that complies with one of the defined benefit plan safe harbors that uses the fractional accrual rule; (3) employer contributions are determined under an individual level premium funding method specified in the regulations, based on an employee's stated benefit and "theoretical reserve"; (4) employee contributions (if any) are not used to fund the stated benefit; and (5) the stated benefit formula satisfies Treas.
4f) Likewise, passive activity income does not include reimbursements for such losses if (1) the reimbursement is includable in gross income under Treas.
IRC [section] 7216 provides a criminal penalty (along with the civil penalty of section 6713) for any tax return preparer who "knowingly or recklessly" discloses or uses tax return information, with those terms and others defined by the 2008 final regulations (TD 9375, amending Treas.
Rules pertaining to separate accounts or segregated shares under a single plan, to employees participating in more than one plan, and other special rules affecting the application of the minimum distribution requirements, are set forth at Treas.