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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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com) today announced an exclusive agreement with the Chicago Deferred Exchange Corporation (CDEC), a subsidiary of Alleghany Asset Management, to offer sellers of used equipment a deferment of any capital gains taxes incurred during a transaction so long as the capital gain is used toward the purchase of similar replacement parts or equipment.
Although certain economic indicators have hinted at the start of an economic upturn, Fitch does not expect pressure to ease on deferment and forbearance levels anytime soon.
Small businesses in the areas that are repaying previous SBA disaster loans also may be eligible for a deferment, on a case-by-case basis.
Agency to Grant 12-month Deferments in Stricken Areas on Loans It Holds
One of the most popular tax deferment vehicles are annuities offered by insurance companies.
The new functionality will allow them to also update demographic information besides applying for forbearances and deferments online.
Education Department's Office of Postsecondary Education has proposed rules to comply with the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007, including defining when borrowers qualify for deferments.
Angola's government has ordered a universal military-service conscription that will end deferments for students, including Catholic seminarians.
The December Pay Bulletin reveals deferments increased from 12.
A simple ultimatum of salary deferments or layoffs probably would have done the trick, but Davis - facing recall and desperate for labor cash - wasn't about to start issuing threats.
These loans and loan deferments can provide critical temporary assistance needed to overcome the loss of revenue they are currently experiencing," said Frank Skaggs, director of Field Operations Center East in Atlanta.
Clinton's administration tried to keep the Federal Communications Commission, program that grants tax deferments to companies selling media outlets to minorities.
OPE also finalized the rules for public service loan deferments.
Even with the changes, officials said the mission comes first and will be the overriding factor in granting deferments.