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

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Using the "with-and-without" method of calculating deferred taxes, the tax provision is shown below.
Deferred taxes associated with the amortization for tax purposes of the goodwill associated with the acquisition of the operations of Vertical Networks and Comdial Corporation for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2006 was $0.
409A's scope beyond what was traditionally considered to be deferred compensation, to include traditional bonus and salary deferral programs and supplemental executive retirement plans, as well as certain stock-based compensation, taxable fringe benefits and severance-pay arrangements.
All amounts deferred must be reported to the IRS on form W-2 or form 1099.
A provision allowing the employee to accelerate payment did not cause the deferred amount to be taxable ab initio if there was a meaningful "cost" to the employee to elect accelerated payment, such as a reduction in the amount payable ("haircut"), or a period of suspended participation.
Second, the distribution restrictions in the law provide that deferred compensation cannot be distributed any earlier than one of six specified events:
Now, under EGTRRA, an organization can provide more than double the pre-tax deferred benefits than could be provided prior to its passage.
The deferred taxes are reversed if and when the goodwill is disposed of or if it becomes impaired, says Giannini.
The problem is that the state treats deferred maintenance - something that might better be described as neglect - as an ongoing program.
The company also announced that it had obtained the requisite consents to the modification of certain terms of the indenture under which the Deferred Debentures were issued and was, therefore, not extending its solicitation of consents from the holders of the Deferred Debentures.
DOI Income will also be deferred to the extent that a debtor is insolvent.
Probably the most important change is that of adopting the liability approach to income tax allocation as compared to the deferred method approach that was adopted by APB Opinion No.
If 4 percent of the voting power of the stock is owned by the president and the remaining stock is so diversely held by the public that the president, in effect, controls the corporation," says Hesch, "then the possibility of the corporation enforcing a restriction on the right to deferred compensation of the president is not substantial.
Deferred prosecution will always entail cooperation with any continuing investigation, an acknowledgement of wrongdoing, the payment of tax, interest, and civil penalties, and enhanced compliance and ethics programs and training.
A deferred maintenance backlog is the quantification of accumulated maintenance projects left unaddressed.