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postpone

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to conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy

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The only explicit statutory opportunity to resolve these issues is in the context of the offshore trust funding provisions, if either substantially all the benefited services are foreign or the situation is ultimately determined in regulations not to "improperly" defer tax.
Property planning can allow a debtor to defer the recognition of this DOI Income indefinitely.
Enabling service providers to preserve the right to defer taxation on compensation for earned services, while avoiding unintentional premature recognition of taxable income before such payments;
Under this rule, the initial election to defer performance-based compensation, based on services performed over a period of at least 12 months, must be made at least 6 months before the end of the service period.
While tax-deferred growth on income is still attractive, participants with large account balances have become increasingly concerned they may not see the compensation they elected to defer.
The Committee is aware of the popular use of deferred compensation arrangements by executives to defer current taxation of substantial amounts of income.
Employees eligible for both plans can defer up to 6 percent of their eligible compensation into the savings plan, but they can defer up to 20 percent to the deferred-compensation plan.
Pan Pacific Bank can now offer a suite of cost effective 1031 tax-deferred exchange products to their customers that will help them defer capital gains taxes, while delivering a direct benefit to the bank in the form of core deposits and added revenue.
The FASB method would defer pension income, which is not considered income under section 61.
After you determine (or estimate) the lowest tax, your payment strategy should defer any cash outflows as long as possible without incurring interest or penalties for late payment.
As a preferred partner, Leaders Bank can offer their clients a set of customer-driven 1031 tax-deferred exchange products that will help them defer capital gains taxes, while delivering a direct benefit to the bank in the form of core deposits and added revenue.
When 401 (k) plans were introduced in 1984, most executives took full advantage of the opportunity to defer current income (then taxed at marginal rates of over 50%) into the future, usually until retirement, when tax rates were expected to be much lower.
Specifically, to defer taxation to the employee of the promised but unpaid sums, a nonqualified deferred compensation plan must comply with the separate but related tax doctrines of constructive receipt and economic benefit.
It also decided to defer the effective date until 1992, on the basis that a one-year period is not sufficient time to consider requests for amendment, allow due process for any changes that might result, and still allow companies time to implement the standard.
Tri-Valley Bank can now offer a suite of pioneering 1031 tax-deferred exchange products to their customers that will help them defer capital gains taxes, while delivering a direct benefit to the bank in the form of core deposits and added revenue.