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step-up

(of a transformer) increasing a low voltage applied to the primary winding to a higher voltage on the secondary winding
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MoPEP 1 assumed Marceline's UPPA responsibilities, including the 200% step-up (on the acquired 2% share only).
A step-up in basis of a partnership or LLC interest upon the death of a partner/LLC member will only apply to the "outside" basis, i.
The average step-up in valuations from previous venture rounds in M&A transactions has grown steadily over the past three years.
The new cable coil concept will be found in the top three models of the Beautyrest brand as step-ups from the base Beautyrest model, which uses the traditional Pocketed Coil.
732(b) and 734(b) step-up transactions, using Regs.
The parts can be as much as 20% lighter (in the case of the step-up, the weight reduction is 7.
The unit power purchaser agreements include generous step-up provisions equal to 200% of the original allocations, and the MoPEP 1 pool power purchase agreements essentially require an unlimited step-up of participants.
This new feature of Naia is definitely a step-up and we need more of these 'step-ups.
Asset step-up induced depreciation and amortization tax shields are created in the framework of corporate mergers and acquisitions.
An immediate or phased-in repeal of the transfer tax, with or without a step-up in income tax basis to fair market value at the date of death;
They cited several trends reflecting increases in step-up sales, primarily for combination alarms, as well as for backup systems and special features.