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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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However, an election may be made to include market discount as it accrues on bonds and notes other than tax-exempt obligations purchased before May 1, 1993, short-term obligations, U.S.
* Whether interest related to troubled loans is a deductible expense to the borrower (the issuer of a note) as it accrues; and
An accrual-basis taxpayer normally takes deductions for expenses in the year the item accrues. But when the expense accrued by the taxpayer is owed to a related party who uses the cash basis of accounting, IRC section 267(a)(2) delays the deduction for the accrual-basis taxpayer to the year in which the related party includes the amount in gross income, the year of payment.
Just as interest accrues to financial assets, ecosystem services accrue to natural capital and can be used indefinitely if the original capital is preserved.
The rent accrues at the rate of $100,000 per year ($400,000 over the four-year lease), with no rent payable in 2000, $100,000 payable on 12/31/2001 and 12/31/2002, and $200,000 payable on 12/31/2003.
If an interest guaranty were to expressly provide for "the prompt and complete payment when due" of all interest, expressly including interest at the specified default rate that accrues after maturity or after default, and were to specifically state that it remains in effect until the borrower's underlying obligations are satisfied and paid in full, it would be clear that the parties intended the guarantor to be responsible for the post-maturity (and post-default) interest.
163 states that "[t]here shall be allowed as a deduction all interest paid or accrued within the taxable year on indebtedness." A corporation may deduct the interest expense that accrues annually on loans obtained from an insurer, as long as various tax rules are met.
At the end of a pay period an employer accrues its payroll costs by recording a debit to payroll expenses and a credit to payroll payable.
Direct payment authorization involves certification by the state that the taxpayer is released from paying tax to its vendors, and accrues and remits tax directly to the state on all taxable purchases.
Example: Jancorp is on a calendar year, accrues the rent on Dec.
Thus, a significant portion of an employee's pension benefits accrues in the last 5 to 10 years of employment.
Any goodwill that accrues from the contribution will accrue in the United States.
1.2211(f)(2)(i) provides that OID is not deductible as it accrues, but when paid.
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.
A company decides to dispose of a business segment and accrues a loss in accordance with Accounting Principles Board Opinion no.