Since these are typically the highest dollar items, their exclusion from the denominator of the relative precision calculation makes the relative precision percentage higher than it would be if standard statistical procedures were followed and makes it much harder to achieve the 10 percent needed to avoid the penalty of taking the lower limit of the estimated deductible amount
The net deductible amount
for 1994 is carried back to net taxable amounts for 1992 and 1993, resulting in another imaginary refund which creates a noncurrent deferred tax asset.
are usually limited to offsetting taxable amounts; any unused deductible amount
is treated like an NOL deduction and carries back three years and forward 15 years to offset taxable amounts in those years.
Insured having a deductible have to pay the costs up to the deductible amount
out-of-pocket, resulting in a shift of costs from the insurer to the insured (compared to full coverage).
Even where the lease is silent in defining operating expenses, real estate managers will consider the deductible amount
as a normal operating expense incurred by commercial properties during the normal course of business.
Change your deductible (the higher deductible amount
, the lower the premium).
This measure was derived from the individual deductible amount
for a doctor visit reported in the plan booklets.
Previously, the deductible amount
was calculated using the exercise price.
Insurance policies written with deductibles provide that the insurer will pay the defense and indemnity costs in connection with a claim, and then charge or bill back the deductible amount
to the insured.
2 million by freezing employee benefits at their current level and instituting a co-payment for employees, selecting a less costly plan, or establishing a higher deductible amount
However, the proposal calls for reducing the tax deductible amount
to 5 million yen from 5.
There is the potential for a gap between what employers contribute to an employee's MSA account and the catastrophic deductible amount
The chargeable overdraft is the institution's average per-niinute daylight overdraft for a given day, less a deductible amount
equal to 10 percent of its risk-based capital.
0 percent in 1987 except for a brief interruption in 1982 when the annual SMI deductible amount
was raised from $60 to $75.
Your deductible amount
is listed on the insurance policy Declarations page.