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Our organizations strongly support the use of rational, scientifically-based deferral periods that are applied fairly and consistently.
This new property tax deferral program will provide a little extra money that can go a long way to helping seniors stay at home.
The subsequent deferral election rules under section 409A can result in unexpected consequences if employers and employees are not prepared.
If multiple payment triggers are initially included in a plan, the subsequent deferral election rules apply separately to each payment trigger.
Likewise, some IRA custodians are not prepared, or their plan documents do not permit them to do what is necessary for maximum deferral.
Authorities had to begin making public appeals for blood almost as soon as the deferrals were put into place.
The deferral would last until the participant reached age 70, died, became disabled, separated from service, or had an unforeseeable emergency.
Beginning this month Fitch will be publishing only the 'Fitch Bank TruPS CDO Default and Deferral Tables' on a monthly basis.
The tax deferral allows eligible producers in designated areas to defer income tax on the sale of breeding livestock for one year to help replenish breeding stock in the following year.
The 2012 Bondholders also approved waivers of any event of default under the terms of the 2012 Bonds which might occur by reason of the ineffectiveness of the equivalent deferrals requested from the 2013 Bonds or the Bank Creditors and also waived any events of default under the Intercreditor Agreement, in both cases up to and including 10 December 2012, whereas the 2013 Bondholders did not approve this agenda item.
Employees who make salary deferrals to ineligible plans must include the amount of the salary deferral in income.
The IRS disallowed the deferral and assessed a deficiency.