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deferral

Waiting for quiet on the Ethernet.
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In an effort to provide clients with the greatest possible degree of flexibility in their annuity product purchases, insurance carriers have begun offering optional riders that can be attached to variable annuity products in order to include the benefits of a deferred income annuity within the variable annuity.
The statement requires governmental fund balance sheets and both government-wide and fund statements of net position to include two new financial statement classifications--deferred outflows of resources and deferred inflows of resources--in addition to assets and liabilities.
63, Financial Reporting of Deferred out Flows of Resources, Deferred In Flows of Resources; and Net Position.
The regulations require acceleration of deferred COD income by corporations where the corporation:
A statement on the university website said: "The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills recently announced changes to student finance due to come into effect in 2012 in which it stated that the new levels of tuition fees (the pounds 6,000 threshold) will affect applicants who have applied for 2012 deferred entry.
Deferred compensation is a highly popular and valuable concept for some business executives--but not for all.
It includes live and deferred coverage from the Allianz Football and Hurling Leagues, AIB club championships, Ulster Bank Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cups, Cadburys Under-21 Football Championship, Bord Gais Energy National Ladies League finals..
TitleVest, a leading New York-based provider of title insurance and related services, has entered the 1031 tax deferred exchange business as a Qualified Intermediary by creating 1031 Vest, LLC.
123(R) requires companies to use deferred tax accounting for employee stock options.
The other was the decision by the Justice Department not to indict KPMG as a firm, as it had done in an Enron-related case involving Arthur Andersen, but instead to enter into, with KPMG, a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA).
The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 included Section 409A, which changed the rules governing non-qualified deferred compensation plans.
But as the infrastructures of the nation's institutions age, planning and budgeting for deferred maintenance are increasingly crucial to the cost-effective operation of a campus.