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carry-over

[′kar·ē ‚ō·vər]
(chemical engineering)
Unwanted liquid or solid material carried by the overhead effluent from a fractionating column, absorber, or reaction vessel.
(hydrology)
The portion of the stream flow during any month or year derived from precipitation in previous months or years.
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A heavy-duty, urethane blade presses against the head pulley for efficient conveyor belt cleaning, and the company's unique torque cam action lever adjusts itself to remove high volumes of carryback while minimizing blade wear and wear from mechanical fasteners.
1963), allowed a taxpayer to adjust its NOL carryback amount absorbed in a closed year to claim a refund in an open one.
TIGTA also found that the IRS does not monitor the amount of interest paid in NOL carryback cases or its compliance with the 90-day period for processing Forms 1045, Application for Tentative Refund.
EXHIBIT 5 The Greens' 2008 Taxable Income Salary $ 47,500 Interest income 2,500 Net capital gain or loss allowed (Schedule D) (1,000) Alimony (12,000) IRA contributions (8,000) AGI $ 29,000 Less itemized Medical expenses ($3,000 before AGI limit) $ (825) Deductible taxes (5,000) Mortgage interest (7,500) Charitable contributions (1,000) Total itemized (14,325) Exemptions (three at $3,500) (10,500) Taxable income $ 4175 Taxes paid $ 418 EXHIBIT 6 Carryback of 2010 NOL to 2008 Salary $47,500 Interest income 2,500 Net capital gain or loss allowed (Schedule D) (1,000) Alimony (12,000) IRA contributions (8,000) NOL carryback from 2008 (25.
TEI supports lengthening the net operating loss carryback period from two years to five years, effective for taxable years ending in 2008 or 2009 (or, at the election of the taxpayer, taxable years beginning in 2008 or 2009).
Under the current carryback regime, it could claim a $0 net profit and would get a refund of the $35 it paid in tax on the $100 profit, at the corporate tax rate of 35 percent.
Under the Act, the new carryback period is effective for years ending in 2001 or 2002; however, some taxpayers who already filed returns before the law was passed were not able to use the provision.
Special rules also apply to real estate investment trusts (no carryback), specified liability losses (10-year carryforward) and excess interest losses (no carryback to any year preceding a corporate equity reduction transaction).
This third quarter loss will be substantially offset by the tax recovery resulting from the carryback of net operating losses during the fourth quarter, as discussed above.
We design systems to eliminate nearly all carryback issues faced by every industry we serve," said Dan Marshall, product engineer at Martin Engineering.
Carryback is a major problem for many mines, reducing truck production by up to 15%.
At first, the allowable NOL carryback percentage will vary.