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[Usenet] 1. To duplicate a portion (or whole) of another's message (typically with attribution to the source) in a reply or followup, for clarifying the context of one's response. See the discussion of inclusion styles under "Hacker Writing Style".

2. [C] "#include <disclaimer.h>" has appeared in sig blocks to refer to a notional "standard disclaimer file".

include

A statement in a program that directs the compiler or interpreter to process another file of code at that point. An include capability (often with a pound sign: "#include") allows libraries of predefined code to be combined into one program. Ada compilers use a "with" statement instead of include. See header file. See also server-side include.
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Based upon the facts of the above example, Exhibit 2 demonstrates the computed includible amount outlined in the regulations.
Line 37, column (A) must equal the net income (loss) per the income statement of includible corporations (reported, as described above, on Part II, Line 8).
The following sections illustrate how the includible portion of the trust for each type of retained interest is calculated.
For post-1976 spousal joint tenancies treated as separate property, since only the decedent's 50 percent portion is includible in his gross estate, only a 50 percent step-up would be available.
The portion of the corpus of a grantor-retained interest trust or a charitable remainder trust includible in the decedent's gross estate under Sec.
409A took effect January 1, 2009, but the final regulations do not address the calculation of the amount includible in income under Sec.
Withdrawals from savings that were not reinvested in savings assets would be includible in income.
The Third Circuit affirmed the Tax Court and held that the full amount of Super Rite's advance to Karns was includible in Karns's income in 1999.
Increases and decreases to debt basis are similar to adjustments to stock basis, except debt basis is not reduced for distributions not includible in income by reason of section 1368.
163(j)-5(a)(3)(i) provides that, if at least 80-percent of the total voting power and value of the stock of an includible corporation is owned, directly or indirectly, by another includible corporation, the first corporation is treated as a member of an affiliated group that includes the other corporation.
Consequently, the Tax Court held that the SCIN provided no consideration for the properties and that their full value, less the three payments Michael made, was a taxable gift from Duilio to Michael and thus includible in the father's gross estate.
For rollovers from one Roth 401(k) to another, the proposed regulations would require a direct rollover of any portion that would not be includible in the employee's income if distributed directly to the employee.