apportion


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  • verb

Synonyms for apportion

Synonyms for apportion

to set aside or distribute as a share

Synonyms for apportion

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

give out as one's portion or share

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In this case the only change is that the home state apportions income using a single relative sales factor; the other states still use the same three-factor, double-weighted sales formula.
When implementing this method, taxpayers ratably apportion total COGS and other deductions between DPGR and other receipts based on relative gross receipts.
Example 2 treats one-half the income as manufacturing income and apportions it according to the location of the taxpayer's property.
with, the environmental audit, parties to real estate and corporate transactions are using numerous "transactional structures" and legal provisions to limit or apportion potential environmental liabilities.
This, the Department reasoned, would apportion away from New Mexico the dividend income not actually earned in New Mexico.
For deductions not specifically allocable, the taxpayer generally should apportion the deductions under foreign law.
This year, a federal judge agreed, but the court has yet to apportion costs, Hendricker said.
2) Under the 50/50 method, taxpayers may apportion 50 percent of the income derived from the sale outside the United States of products manufactured inside the United States on the basis of the location of the assets held to produce the manufactured products; the other 50 percent of the income is sourced under the title-passage rule (i.
population, done every 10 years and used to apportion seats in the House of Representatives, will be based in part on a scientifically determined estimate rather than the actual head count conducted through a massive direct mail campaign.
1 features enhanced support for carriers handling mass tort claims by providing added capacity to apportion and track payments and reserves, and handle multiple litigants and multiple policy claims structures.
S 39, Laws 2002, allows a qualified investment fund service corporation to elect to apportion business income from administration, distribution and management services provided to each investment company by a special single-factor apportionment formula, based on ownership of shares in the investment company.
Currently, the most common method to apportion tax liability is the use of a double-weighted sales factor.
Although MBIA has not reviewed the verdict or the trial transcript, it does not believe there is a basis for the jury to apportion any damages to MBIA in connection with First Alliance's business activities.
The examples assume that a taxpayer can apportion the number of inventory units held on the floor stocks date among its LIFO layers in existence on that date.