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add as part of something else

allow participation in or the right to be part of

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the mere possession of the right to alter the time and manner of payment of the proceeds to a beneficiary (with no right to change the beneficiary or alter in any way the total amount of proceeds payable to that party) (7) (includable)
Question--Is property includable in a beneficiary's estate if an independent trustee has a discretionary right to make distributions to that person?
(41) For this reason it fairly can be presumed that Congress intends to treat all fees the same: includable but deductible.
ruled that the entire bonus was includable in the player's income in the year that it was unconditionally paid to the escrow agent.
A distribution of a nontransferable, nonforfeitable annuity contract that provides for payments to begin by age 701/2 and not to extend beyond certain limits is not taxable, but payments made under such an annuity would be includable in income under the appropriate rules.
real property on a nonrecourse basis and thus has no personal liability for the indebtedness, only the equity value of the real property is includable in his U.S.
Consequently, if life insurance proceeds are community property, when the insured spouse dies first, only one-half of the proceeds are includable in his gross estate regardless of whether they are payable to his estate, his surviving spouse, or some other beneficiary.
Situation 2: State Income Tax Refund Not Includable in 2019 Gross income Ms.
Example 2: State income tax refund not includable: Taxpayer B paid property taxes of $5,000 and state income taxes of $7,000 in 2018.
According to AALTCI, premiums paid for traditional long-term care insurance are includable in the term "medical care." The following are the just announced 2019 limits:
31 because the payments will not be includable as income to the payee spouse for any new judgment entered into after Dec.
A taxpayer age 701/2 or older is permitted to make a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) from a traditional IRA or Roth IRA that was not includable in the gross income of the taxpayer.
If the transferor still retains the income interest as of the date of death (or within three years prior to death), the property will be includable in his gross estate.
Curious whether the "seven pay test" applies to a policy, or when death proceeds are includable in an insured's gross estate?
(8) In addition, qualified distributions from Roth IRAs are not includable in gross income.