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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 temporary regulations provide that allocations of these expenditures cannot have substantial economic effect and must be allocated in accordance with the partnership interests.
87-2 offers guidance to auditors in deciding when joint cost allocations are appropriate.
Electing out of the deemed allocation rules does not prevent a transferor from allocating his or her available GST exemption, such as when making a partial allocation on a timely filed Form 709 or by making a late allocation under Regs.
The four asset allocation mutual funds are offered through Thrivent Financial's network of 2,500 registered representatives.
AIM Income Allocation Fund offers investors a single, broadly diversified portfolio that has the flexibility to invest across multiple asset categories, including a mix of bond, stock, and real estate investment trust (REIT) funds, seeking opportunity for income, growth and mitigation of volatility.
The allocation of staff employees unnecessarily complicates the testing.
The first three funds - AIM Conservative Allocation Fund, AIM Growth Allocation Fund (formerly AIM Aggressive Allocation Fund) and AIM Moderate Allocation Fund--were launched on April 30, 2004.
Using the same facts as in the above example, the allocation would be as follows:
A summary of investment objectives and target allocations for the three Envision funds is included below:
manual user manipulations of allocations, constrained by the amount of merchandise available;
The probability of failure of various plans is examined for various model portfolios ranging from asset allocations that they label from conservative to aggressive.
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.
Provide online advisory services to enrollees to help them with their investment allocation decisions, Plans can otter online enrollment and provide educational tools, retirement calculators and transaction capabilities, such as changing investment allocations.
Based on experience, top performers--those that sustain top-quartile total shareholder returns (TSRs) over time relative to industry peers--manage their capital within an integrated strategic and economic framework, and make allocations according to clear standards and decision rules.