Namely, if a side is ten overs short ten minutes before the scheduled close of play, ten minutes only is carried forward
, and the remaining seven or eight overs are simply lost forever.
According to details, out of total review petitions filed in CY2017, as many as 50 complaints were fresh whereas 13 were carried forward
(iii) the said excess amount shall not be carried forward
in case of a company for which provisions of this clause are applicable under clause (94) of Part IV of the Second Schedule; and; and
Current rules state that only 25 per cent of unspent LRF money can be carried forward
. This means there could be a pounds 275,285 funding gap for the Hub project.
Pool of €7,175.47 carried forward
to Killarney Wednesday 20th August.
NEW DELHI -- Pakistan Tuesday said the process of granting non-discriminatory market access (NDMA) to India will be carried forward
once bilateral engagement with the country resumes.
However, any excess charitable deduction is automatically carried forward
for use in each of the next five tax years, after which any remaining unused deduction is lost; see Sec.
The IRC section 170 deduction for cash gifts by individuals to public charities in a given tax year cannot exceed 50% of their AGI, with excess contributions being carried forward
. Also, taxpayers generally have the value of their charitable contributions and certain other itemized deductions reduced under section 68 by 3% of the extent to which their AGI exceeds $145,950 in 2005.
Any excess credits thereafter can be carried forward
to subsequent tax years.
However, a detailed determination of the fair value of a reporting unit may be carried forward
from one year to the next if certain criteria are met.
The Minister said Amjad ably carried forward
the legacy of his elders who were themselves an icon of traditional art of Qawali with their unique style of rendition.
Points from the qualifiers are not carried forward
to the Premier League.
Unused amounts from one coverage period are carried forward
to subsequent coverage periods.
IRC section 469 generally disallows a deduction in the current year for the amount by which taxpayers' losses from passive activities exceed their passive income; instead, such losses can be carried forward
and offset against passive income in future years.