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the act or an instance of losing something

the condition of being deprived of what one once had or ought to have

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gradual decline in amount or activity

the act of losing someone or something

the disadvantage that results from losing something

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the experience of losing a loved one

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the amount by which the cost of a business exceeds its revenue

euphemistic expressions for death

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Assuming that properties D & E are his only passive activities for the year, this gives X net passive income of $3,000.
Once a shareholder has not materially participated in a business for any five of the previous ten tax years, the shareholder can invest in a passive activity, and the passive income from the S corporation will be available to offset passive loss from the investment.
Disallowed losses are carried forward (never back) and deducted to the extent of passive income in future years.
With passive income ideas, these people can continue working at their jobs and simply devote their free time to working on whatever passive income idea they have chosen for a while.
The $25 million invested in the fund will generate, assuming a 40% tax bracket, $10 million in passive income tax savings at the federal level and $3,000,000 in savings at the state level.
Thus, he has less rental expense, and the property will generate either a smaller passive loss or (possibly) passive income.
If taxpayers have net income from rental real estate activities in which they do not materially participate, retaining passive status for those activities will allow passive income to offset future passive losses.
Section 541 imposes an additional corporate-level tax on undistributed personal holding company income (UPHCI)--for example, passive income such as interest, dividends, royalties and sometimes rent income.
865-2(b)(2), loss recognized on the disposition of an 80-percent owned foreign affiliate will reduce foreign-source passive income if, within the past five years, the seller (or a consolidated group member) recognized gain on the disposition of a foreign affiliate that was sourced under section 865(f).
Its new provisions for shareholders, IRKs and passive income may allow more banks to take advantage of the benefits S status offers.
The corporation has excessive passive income for three consecutive years.
The PFIC rules stand as an excellent example of overkill -- taxing not only passive income but also the operating income of controlled foreign corporations (CFCs), which are already subject to tax on their passive income under Subpart F of the Code.
The Google AdSense program will allow us to capitalize on pass-through traffic, so even if a viewer doesn't register with us we can still generate passive income from the Google ads they click on or view.
A PFIC is a foreign corporation that meets either a passive income or passive asset test; see Sec.
The changes recharacterize a percentage of certain portfolio income and expense as passive income and expense (that is, self-charged items) when a taxpayer engages in a lending transaction with a partnership or an S corporation (that is, a pass-through entity) in which the taxpayer owns an interest and the loan proceeds are used in a passive activity.
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