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Synonyms for subsidiary

Synonyms for subsidiary

giving or able to give help or support

a local unit of a business or an auxiliary controlled by such a business

Synonyms for subsidiary

an assistant subject to the authority or control of another

a company that is completely controlled by another company

Related Words

functioning in a supporting capacity

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Thus, taxpayers concluded that it would not be necessary to retain records to prove the BIG that existed at the time a subsidiary joined a consolidated group.
In line with the above detail of the M&S group structure, it is easy to see how a decision in favor of M&S in this case can be extended where there is a common EU Holdco to allow for the surrender of losses of an EU subsidiary against U.
They tend to do that by subsidiary, or by setting up offshore entities and keeping all of their foreign subsidiaries reporting into that entity.
FROM AN ACCOUNTING PERSPECTIVE, creating a subsidiary makes sense because it allows companies to enjoy substantial tax benefits and creditor protections.
72 What activities may a financial subsidiary conduct?
Jahn Foundry, a Springfield, Massachusetts-based subsidiary of Atchison Casting Corp.
The proposals, with two important exceptions, would make it more difficult for REITs to obtain the economic benefits of ownership of a taxable subsidiary by limiting the REIT's ownership to no more than 10 percent of the vote or value of the stock of such subsidiary.
Whether an employee performing services for a subsidiary receives its stock or parent stock, Sec.
Unless this optimum economic capital is equal to, or less than, regulatory capital, deductions from regulatory capital would in no way inhibit the transfer of the subsidy from the bank to the subsidiary.
143, the IRS determined that distribution of proceeds from the sale of subsidiary stock would not qualify as a partial liquidation, because the distributing corporation would not be considered to have directly conducted the subsidiary's business.
For example, a company with a subsidiary in Japan, with a net investment balance of $100 million and yen as the functional currency, may also expect yen-denominated export sales unrelated to the subsidiary -- sales that don't qualify as a firm commitment or as an anticipated transaction.
NewMarket Updates Shareholders on Strategy to Publicly List Subsidiary Operations to Improve Corporate Growth and Enhance Shareholder Return
Notice 2004-58 describes the basis-disconformity method for determining basis in subsidiary stock attributable to BIG; temporary regulations allow a limited opportunity to elect retroactive application of this method.
sections] 1842(a)(3)) to acquire Crestar Financial Corporation ("Crestar"), and thereby acquire Crestar's subsidiary bank, Crestar Bank, both of Richmond, Virginia.