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elect

1. voted into office but not yet installed
2. Christianity
a. selected or predestined by God to receive salvation; chosen
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the elect
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Will the largest number of states elect a Governor, a Senator, or both officials?
Employees who don't elect the coverage lose the $120 subsidy.
Davis must decide whether to elect to take required minimum distributions from her IRA over a fixed number of years or to use the recalculation method.
Thus, a transferor may elect out of the automatic allocation rules for transfers subject to an ETIP at any time before the due date of the Federal gift tax return for the calendar year in which the ETIP closes.
Did not elect to waive the carryback period in general for an NOL incurred in such year; and
Part three, column (c),"2632(c) election out" allows the tax preparer to check a box to elect out of the deemed-allocation rules.
Thus, split gifts made by the transferor's spouse are now listed separately in Part 1, 2 or 3 of Schedule A, Facilitating the ability to elect out of the deemed-allocation rules for split gifts that are direct skips or lifetime redirect-skip transfers.
1033, which allows a taxpayer who has had property converted into cash involuntarily to elect to limit the gain recognized on the involuntarily converted property if the taxpayer converts the cash into similar replacement property within two years.
Shortly after that retirement, the ecclesiastical province of Canada will vote to elect a new metropolitan or archbishop.
Next to be considered is the relationship of one spouse filing as head of household and the other spouse married filing separately with the eligibility of the spouses to use the standard deduction and the right to elect to itemize deductions.
For taxable bonds issued after July 18, 1984 and/or purchased after April 30, 1993 (and for tax-exempt bonds purchased after April 30, 1993), the taxpayer may elect whether to amortize the market discount on an annual basis (under Sec.