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the act of distributing or the condition of being distributed

Synonyms for allocation

a share set aside for a specific purpose

(computer science) the assignment of particular areas of a magnetic disk to particular data or instructions

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The discussion covers developments in partnership formation, subchapter K elections, statutes of limitations, basis, debt and income allocations, transactions between partners and partnerships and partnership continuation.
87-2 offers guidance to auditors in deciding when joint cost allocations are appropriate.
Railway Division against its total allocations of Rs 42900.
8 billion have been released for ERRA out of its total allocations of Rs 7.
Part 7 Gyor-Moson-Sopron county, allocation Au 6,420,000
The Treasury Department allows taxpayers to use yet another alternative method of allocation but only when there are differing tax rates for the erroneous items.
Thus, a partnership's allocation of a foreign tax expenditure that does not meet the safe harbor rule, may--in unusual circumstances, such as where there is substantial certainty that U.
Finally, Jamal El-Hindi places the debate over water allocations firmly within the context of international law, arguing that legal precedents and doctrines exist to resolve riparian disputes on an equitable and mutually beneficial basis.
ELM Summary: The author shows how to use historical performance data to determine "safe" withdrawal rates and asset allocations during retirement so that retirees do not outlive their savings.
168 billion for Gilgit Baltistan (block and other projects) out of its allocations of Rs 18.
17 billion under its Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for the fiscal year 2017-18 for various ongoing and new schemes against their total allocations of Rs.
If parties fail to share such costs in proportion to their benefits, the IRS is authorized to make allocations "to the extent necessary to make each controlled participant's share of the costs .
That trend will see no respite in 2005, as pension fund allocations for real estate continue to soar ever higher, up to as much a whopping 812% projection of some fund's total value in 2005.