deferral


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  • noun

Synonyms for deferral

the act of putting off or the condition of being put off

Synonyms for deferral

a state of abeyance or suspended business

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act of putting off to a future time

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It is important to note that this process is just beginning and that the lifetime blood donation deferral for MSM is currently still in place.
To be eligible for the Seniors Property Tax Deferral, homeowners must be 65 years or older, and have a minimum 25 per cent equity in their home.
For example, if the original payment terms provided for a lump-sum payment at age 60, the subsequent deferral election must be made before the employee turns 59, and the payment date cannot be earlier than age 65.
This would qualify as a short-term deferral, thus exempting the bonus from Sec.
The same rules that permit tax deferral for IRAs also apply to 401(k)s and other employer-sponsored accounts.
He says the higher estimate applies if you include the people who don't even try to donate because they've heard about the deferrals.
August's results left the combined bank default and deferral rate at 31.
With this tax deferral, producers in another 34 drought-affected municipalities will be able to redirect money towards restocking next year.
The bondholders, says Global, confirmed and approved deferral of the 10 June 2012 maturity of the 2012 Bonds to and including 10 December 2012; confirmed and approved the deferral of payment of interest amounts under 2012 Bonds and 2013 Bonds to and including 10 December 2012; and confirmed and approved the waivers sought from the bank lenders on the deferral of the principal instalment maturity and interest and profits payments to and including 10 December 2012, and the deferral of an increase in margins by the bank lenders to and including 10 December 2012.
The deferral percentage for each highly compensated employee must be compared with the average of the deferral percentages of all other employees; and
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the Tax Court's decision that when a cooperative makes "value-added" payments to its members and allows them to defer the cash receipts, such payments do not constitute a deferral for tax purposes.
Section 409A imposes stringent requirements on unfunded arrangements as the price of permitting continued deferral under the constructive receipt rules; otherwise they will be taxed like funded arrangements, that is to say, upon vesting, and subjected to hefty penalties.
Some plans calculate earnings using the rate of return for a money market account, rather than the rate of return for the participant's self-directed account when they make corrections to the plan for exceeding the maximum contribution and deferral limits.
Prior to the deferral, calendar year-end companies were preparing to report third-quarter results, including the impacts of adopting FIN 46.