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to bring together so as to increase in mass or number

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grow by addition

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come into the possession of

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RMC further argued that the sale of the note by its 100% shareholder to the unrelated third party converted the accrued interest prior to 1994 into a new liability, thus permitting the taxpayer to accrue and deduct the entire amount in 1994.
2003-10, the Service provided guidance on the tax year in which an accrual-method vendor accrues gross income under Sec.
79-410 appropriately concludes that (under the general rule of section 461) the tax expense for CFT accrues in the "income year" on which that tax is based.
The maturity of the outstanding accrued interest, plus additional interest that accrues in the future, has been extended to September 16, 2005.
For Federal income tax purposes, the debt's conversion feature is ignored; interest accrues at the debt instrument's overall yield based on the stated interest rate and any OID.
84% and to pay associated make-whole payment premiums, and to repay the entire balance outstanding under its existing credit facility which presently accrues interest at 325 basis points over LIBOR.
451-1(a) provides that if a taxpayer improperly accrues an income amount on the basis of a reasonable estimate and subsequently determines the exact amount, the difference (if any) should be taken hat o account for the tax year in which the determination is made.
Reduction in Interest Rate: Interest accrues on the
Therefore, interest deductions are appropriate in the year in which the taxpayer accrues interest, rather than the year it pays the interest.
When the right to receive an amount becomes fixed, the right accrues (Regs.
As a convertible capital appreciation bond, interest accrues during the accretion period but is not paid to bondholders.
Interest accrues between the date on which the tax should have been paid and the date of actual payment.
ABC accrues $40,000 of compensation to its 100% shareholder-employee, to offset the net unrealized built-in gain from the accounts receivable.
The difference, P$17 million, is being restructured to mature in installments up to November 2008 and accrues interest at a contractual rate of LIBOR plus up to 5/8 percent.