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allocation

[‚al·ə′kā·shən]
(petroleum engineering)
The amount of oil or gas distributed from a well per unit time.
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The Service intends to challenge this type of transaction on various grounds, including the fact that the special allocations lack substantial economic effect under Sec.
The article's purpose is to explore the bounds of reasonable allocations and offer some equitable solutions to achieve cost sharing within these boundaries.
E[acute accent]--The Phoenix-S&P Dynamic Asset Allocation Series is comprised of four fund of fund-style portfolios--ranging from moderate to aggressive growth--that actively invest in ETFs focused on sectors of the U.
2632-1 (b)(2) and (3) address three separate elections that can be made--to elect to (1) not have the automatic allocation rules apply to current transfers to the trust; (2) not have the automatic allocation rules apply to both current and future transfers to the trust; and (3) treat any trust as a GST mast (and, thus, subject to the deemed-allocation rules).
Our members really appreciate being able to achieve asset allocation, diversification and reallocation in a single fund.
If they had, because the allocation of nonrecourse deductions is reasonably consistent with other allocations as to the property securing the nonrecourse liability and which have substantial economic effect, it is likely that the 80% allocation of the nonrecourse deductions to Fats would have been allowed.
Non-automated trade allocations currently achieve a rate of only 18 percent of total confirms affirmed on trade date.
AIM International Allocation Fund and AIM Income Allocation Fund are fund of funds, which means they invest their assets in other underlying mutual funds advised by A I M Advisors, Inc.
TEI recommends that the regulations provide alternatives and "tie-breaker" rules that allow an employer in this circumstance to use a dominant line of business approach for allocation of residual shared employees.
By providing seven distinct allocation funds, each with its own risk level and target allocation across various asset classes, we can help advisors build quality solutions based on their clients' financial goals and risk tolerance.
The transferor may prevent the automatic allocation of GST exemption with regard to an indirect skip (including indirect skips to which section 2642(f) may apply), as provided in paragraphs (b)(2)(ii) and (iii) of this section.
Note 4: The following examples illustrate the differences between an allocation formula that is based on a straight percentage of compensation and one that is integrated with Social Security.