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to ascribe (a misdeed or an error, for example) to

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

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Consists of dividends imputed to persons from employee defined
Imputed underpayments and overpayments arising from partnership level audits should be allocated among the partners as specified in the partnership agreement in effect for the reviewed year (1) and using the reviewed year's apportionment data, as adjusted.
The new regime generally requires the additional tax on any partnership adjustments (the imputed underpayment) to be paid by the partnership but provides an election under Sec.
02) today announced that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will extend for another year a key Medicare policythe imputed rural floorto provide New Jersey hospitals with fair and equitable payments to support physicians and other health care professionals providing care to seniors and low-income patients.
The Budget Act dispensed with the partnership-item criterion in favor of determining any adjustment to items of income, gain, loss, deduction, or credit of all partnerships at the partnership level, with the partnership, rather than partners, generally liable for any resulting imputed underpayment.
Genotypic information from lower density chips is subsequently imputed to a higher density chip before using it for animal genomic evaluation.
Justification for imputation comes from applying statistical principles that, under sanguinary conditions, (1) cause the imputed responses to be true on average and (2) cause the estimated sampling variance of resulting statistics to correctly account for the fact that the imputed responses have measurement error--after all, they are only correct on average.
The analysis of Benefit Cost Ratio (BCR) illustrates that BCR with imputed cost is less than one in all the cases i.
22year old Raheem Ullah who has brought to RMI hospital yesterday as his hand was imputed with cutting machine and after nine hours of intensive hard work of doctors the imputed hand was reattached by micro vascular surgery.
Jonathan Fisher has shown that CE respondents who have at least one source of income imputed are different from respondents who have valid reports for all sources of income.
The other day, presidential spokesperson Edwin Lacierda said the Executive Department disagreed with the high court ruling which, in effect, imputed criminal liability to the "good men and women" in the bureaucracy.
Imputed Knowledge combines elements of a thriller with insights on faith and God's involvement in human suffering: all this embedded in the story of one Jude Priore, an aviation defense counsel whose mission is to deal with the aftermath of an airplane's hijacking.
If a corporation's agents--such as directors, officers or other employees--participate in die wrongdoing, their conduct can be imputed lo die corporation as if the corporation itself had acted wrongfully.
In civil litigation, imputed liability plays a critical role in holding large organizations responsible for the actions of their agents.