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having distinct limits

in a definite and final form; not likely to change

on an unwavering course of action

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(of a number) having a fixed and unchanging value

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fixed and unmoving

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securely placed or fastened or set

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incapable of being changed or moved or undone

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Fixed deferred annuity: Similar to an immediate annuity, a fixed deferred annuity provides specific benefits guaranteed by the underlying insurance company.
As for credit cards--typically the most expensive debt anyone can have--even a fixed rate card doesn't protect you from higher interest rates, says McBride.
A brokerage arrangement with a group of producers could impose 540,000 in fixed costs on a company--such as basic relationship management (share of regional vice president fixed costs, travel, home office oversight), share of product wholesaling fixed costs and compliance/risk exposure.
Fixed-line carriers such as C&W IDC must surrender the right to set retail prices for calls to mobile phones originating from their own fixed networks," the company says.
3) A change in the amount of fixed rent allocated to a rental period that, when combined with all previous changes in the amount of fixed rent allocated to the rental period, does not exceed one percent of the fixed rent allocated to that rental period prior to the modification.
Basically, an interest-rate swap is an exchange between two counterparties of fixed and floating interest flows.
When you add in compliance for electronic record-keeping, which was spurred even further by new SEC regulations, a storage schema designed specifically for keeping fixed content secure and in place is inevitable.
A CPA may encounter problems similar to those of fixed assets--how to distinguish between one-time activities that are related to introducing a new product (start-up) and activities related to getting the inventory ready for sale (inventory).
Davis must decide whether to elect to take required minimum distributions from her IRA over a fixed number of years or to use the recalculation method.