Conflict of interest
policies should set out clear criteria for evaluating organizational conflicts of interest
The case law is far from uniform on the applicability of the common interest
doctrine to communications among insurers and their reinsurers.
If a surviving owner must borrow to fund the buyout, the IRS may classify the interest
paid on the borrowings as investment interest
, delaying the deductibility of the amounts paid.
It may buy you some certainty in your monthly budget as interest
Students in South Africa, England, Israel, Chile, and Russia had significantly higher scores when examining interest
in math study than students in America, but students in Japan and Australia had significantly lower scores.
Because a determination of FIE status is not made until the end of a NRE's year end, it is impossible to predict with certainty at the time a participating interest
in the NRE is acquired whether the NRE will be a FIE.
Corresponding authors are required to submit a declaration of competing financial interests
on behalf of all authors involved.
As a special rule of law, a cooperative security interest
may be perfected by 'filing a financing statement.
A significant increase in volatility in the federal funds rate, however, would be of concern because it would affect other overnight interest
rates, raising funding risks for most large banks, securities dealers, and other money market participants.
But they more than make up for that with the interest
they collect from those who wait and then make payments.
Stakeholder representation means some interests
are more special than others.
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It is well known that rising interest
rates force bond values downward, while falling interest
rates generate price increases for fixed-income securities.
6049(b)(2)(B) provided that payments of exempt interest
were exempt from information reporting and, thus, backup withholding.
When conventional monetary stimuli were ineffective following the bursting of the so-called "bubble" economy, the Bank of Japan rolled out its zero interest
rate policy in February 1999 and initiated its quantitative easing strategy in March 2001.