Because our pricing methodology takes into account
the differences in coverage and benefits between each certified pre-owned program, we can provide consumers with the most accurate pricing information available to help them negotiate their CPO purchases.
3121(v)(2)-1(d)(1)(ii)(B) also contains special rules for determining how to apply the special timing rule if an employer takes into account
only part of a deferral.
The reason, he said, is that good transmission planning solves multiple system problems with each project and takes into account
qualitative factors such as local concerns and state energy policies, issues that are below the radar of the RTO.
1374 "applies only to items an S corporation actually takes into account
during the recognition period.
The distressed recovery ('DR') rating takes into account
both expected future interest distributions as well as any principal recovery.
Thus, as B takes into account
its corresponding expense under Sec.
LCRA's 'A+' rating reflects a number of positive credit factors, and takes into account
fundamental credit dynamics such as 25% of power supply bonds that mature beyond the final expiration date (2016) of the members' wholesale power agreements (WPA) and a recent resolution of a suit filed by the two LCRA members that capped their loads.
In year 1, S takes into account
$75 of fee income and $75 of expenses.
A particularly appealing feature for clients approaching or in retirement is the delivery of a draw-down strategy that takes into account
multiple retirement income sources, including personal savings, pensions and corporate retirement plans, and Social Security benefits.