excess


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Synonyms for excess

Synonyms for excess

an amount or quantity beyond what is needed, desired, or appropriate

immoderate indulgence, as in food or drink

being more than is needed, desired, or appropriate

Synonyms for excess

a quantity much larger than is needed

immoderation as a consequence of going beyond sufficient or permitted limits

the state of being more than full

Related Words

excessive indulgence

more than is needed, desired, or required

References in periodicals archive ?
However, unless the employee reported as income, for the year the split-dollar arrangement was established, the FMV of the right to receive the future excess cash surrender value of the life insurance policy (less any amount paid for such right), he may have understated his income tax Liability for that year.
If this special rule applies, the decedent's excess accumulation may be reduced if there is any unused benefit as of the date of death.
He has held several senior casualty underwriting positions within AIG, most recently, Senior Vice President of AIG Excess Casualty's Construction Specialty division.
When an employee exercises an NQSO, the company compares the allowable tax deduction with the related financial statement compensation expense computed earlier and credits the tax benefit associated with any excess tax deduction to APIC.
Automatic' Excess Benefit Transactions Under IRC 4958," the IRS stated that if an applicable organization conveys an economic benefit to a disqualified person and such benefit is not treated as compensation, the IRS will consider the economic benefit an "automatic" excess-benefit transaction, even if the amount of the benefit is reasonable.
destruction of excess small arms had been largely an ad hoc effort.
At the level of an industry, you can certainly have excess production because of productivity increases.
4958-4 states that an excess benefit transaction is any transaction in which an economic benefit is provided directly or indirectly to (or for the use of) any disqualified person if the value of the economic benefit provided exceeds the value of the consideration received for providing such benefit.
The ACE USA Excess Casualty Corporate Risk product offers limits up to $25 million under a single lead umbrella or excess liability program.
Is Janco subject to the tax on excess net passive income, even though the only item of passive investment income is exempt from taxation?
Everest Indemnity Insurance Company offers excess and surplus lines insurance in the U.
Campbell applies to any taxpayer receiving a distribution of an excess contribution that exceeds $2,250 and occurs after the due date of the return for the year the excess contribution was made.
On the status of the IRAs, the Service concluded that subsequent events, such as excess contributions, may affect an IRA's tax treatment, but not its underlying validity.
4% credit enhancement provided by classes M-7 through M-10 certificates, monthly excess interest and initial OC.
In years in which an excess distribution was made, the regulations provided two alternative methods to recover the grandfathered amount--the discretionary method and the attained age method.