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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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Of course, since the rabbi's employer was a tax-exempt organization, deferring the employer's deduction and causing the taxation to it of the earnings was of no practical consequence.
By taking advantage of 1031 Tax Exchanges, investors can buy and sell multiple properties while deferring capital gains taxes almost indefinitely.
1034(g) consent (because she had changed husbands), only one-half of the purchase price of the new residence counted for purposes of deferring her gain on the former residence.
The employee could take full salary (without deferring anything) and receive a $12,977 raise ($2,000 for the match plus $10,977--or roughly 150% of the amount of deferral not made) and the employer would be no worse off.
Management has been deferring salaries in 2003 and 2004 to maximize IVGA cash.
As a result of deferring X's bonus, CHC reduces its year-end Federal tax outlay by $11,320 ($17,320 - $6,000) and both defers and lessens the FICA tax impact of the bonus.
Since the last rating action on April 28, 2003, the collateral has continued to perform, with only one deferring asset in the portfolio.
Since the compensation is unfunded and unsecured, there is usually no difficulty in avoiding constructive receipt and therefore deferring taxation.
Since the last rating action on April 29, 2003, the collateral has continued to perform, with only one deferring asset in the portfolio.
One of the few remaining devices for deferring tax involves the use of nonqualified deferred compensation agreements (DCAs).
One of the previously deferring obligors is now current and has repaid all deferred interest.
A plan, or method or arrangement, shall not be considered as deferring the receipt of compensation or benefits for more than a brief period of time after the end of the employer's taxable year to the extent that compensation or benefits are received by the employee on or before the end of the applicable 2 1/2 month period.
Because of changes in the tax laws and results from this year's elections, it makes sense for most people to consider accelerating tax deductions into 2004 and deferring income until next year," Grant points out.
94-29 outlines the method to be used in deferring loan fee income.
There are strong economic reasons for deferring compensation.