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to conform to the will or judgment of another, especially out of respect or courtesy

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Further, clients can choose to transfer as little as around $1,000 at a time or as much as $100,000 to build the deferred income portion more quickly.
* Deferred outflows of resources--a consumption of (decrease in) net assets (assets less liabilities) by the government that is applicable to a future reporting period
* Net Position: Residual of all elements presented in a statement of financial position (assets plus deferred outflows minus liabilities and deferred outflows equals net position)
9623 provides the rules for determining when S corporations and partnerships must accelerate the inclusion of deferred COD income and accelerate the deduction of deferred OID income.
"This means that all deferred applicants or deferred offer holders for full time undergraduate courses in 2012 for English institutions, who are home/EU status, will be subject to the new arrangements.
Deferred compensation plans that don't consider the present value of money also concern me.
FEBRUARY 14: All-Ireland club hurling semi-finals - Ballyhale Shamrocks v Newtownshandrum (live), Portumna v Donloy (deferred).
This creates a deferred tax asset because the company is taking a financial statement deduction that is not currently deductible for income tax purposes.
Generally, prosecutors have the option (1) to decline criminal prosecution altogether, (2) to enter into plea negotiations with the company, (3) to pursue a criminal charge against the entity through a trial and either conviction or acquittal, or (4) to enter into a deferred prosecution arrangement.
Deferred income must remain in the plan for at least five years.
A deferred maintenance backlog is the quantification of accumulated maintenance projects left unaddressed.
While deferred prosecution agreements have been around for some time, the KPMG case continues a trend by the Justice Department that began in early January 2003.
managers use the flexibility provided under the partial method for deferred taxes to measure unrecognized deferred taxes opportunistically.
Lincoln Benefit Life Co., a member of Allstate Financial Group, has created a financial tool, GenerationLinc, to help deferred variable annuity owners transfer more wealth to their beneficiaries without burdening them with a high income-tax bill.
If he were here today, he might see deferred compensation as just such an idea, especially for nonprofits.