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Synonyms for allocate

Synonyms for allocate

to set aside or apart for a specified purpose

to set aside or distribute as a share

Synonyms for allocate

distribute according to a plan or set apart for a special purpose

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Looking at the taxpayer's cost accounting systems and its method of allocating costs to codes within specific projects based on allocation percentages established by the planning engineer who initiates the project and based on the total projected costs of the project for each code, as well as using cost pools for labor costs of supervisors and support employees that are subsequently allocated to various projects and/or codes, the Service ruled that if the agent determines that time-reporting engineers specifically track time to project codes, such labor costs are direct labor costs.
We believe that this approach would be consistent with Congress's intent that the Treasury and IRS adopt "reasonable methods for allocating expenses to lobbying (and related research and other background) activities in order to reduce taxpayer recordkeeping responsibilities.
The new rules do not resolve all the issues that can arise in allocating capital gain.
It requires that a company allocating shares acquired after 1992 to participants' ESOP accounts record a compensation expense that is measured by the stock's fair market value on the allocation date.
tax counsel, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP, that one permissible method of allocating tax basis is to compare the value of one share of Class A Common Stock, and the value of two shares of Class B Common Stock, to the combined value of such shares of Class A Common Stock and Class B Common Stock, valuing shares of each class on the basis of the mean of the high and low reported sale price of shares of that class on September 5, 2003, the first day on which shares of the two classes traded separately in regular way trading on the New York Stock Exchange ($9.
Such a retailer will not be able to use the simplified resale method for allocating additional Sec.
appear on a small area of a message that otherwise would be considered a program activity) and the criteria in the SOP are met, the organization need not go through the effort of allocating the costs.
Similar to the old 1977 regulations, expenses related to supportive functions, research and experimental expenses, stewardship expenses, and legal and accounting expenses are generally to be allocated and apportioned by determining the class of gross income to which the expense relates and then allocating the deduction to such class of gross income.
The value-added service offers tenants and landlords an accurate and defensible means for both measuring tenant and common area energy consumption and allocating costs based on the appropriate utility rate.
While the rules probably do correct the failure to properly allocate the exemption to trusts meant to benefit skip persons, they can also result in wasting the GST exemption, by automatically allocating it to trusts not intended to benefit skip persons.
These factors are multiplied by compensation, and the weighted compensation amounts are used in allocating contributions.
rules when allocating income, gain, losses and taxes.
Manulife's approach to allocating the Company's value to each eligible policyholder, developed by a team of actuaries, will have two components:
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