letter of intent

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letter of intent

A letter signifying an intention to enter into a formal agreement, usually setting forth the general terms of such agreement.
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(148) In the Union Bank Wind Farm Investment Letter, the OCC failed to state the specific "business of banking" for which the incidental powers in question were necessary.
Christie Brinkley's Real Estate Investment Letter might just have been a smash.
The MOEA officials say that around 27 foreign enterprises from the United States, Europe, Japan and Taiwan have signed investment letter of intent with the MOEA shortly after an investment-in-Taiwan presentation was held Sept.
George Gilder, editor of Gilder Technology Report and Gilder Technology Investment Letter, is profiled in a lengthy article by Larissa MacFarquhar in The New Yorker, May 29.
He's played a vital role in repositioning dozens of newsletters, including Working Smart, Charles Gibbons' Wealth Without Risk Newsletter, Research Recommendations, Forbes' Gilder Technology Investment Letter, and Owner and Manager.
Other investment-related expenses, however, such as advisory fees (e.g., a 1% managed account fee), safe deposit box rentals to store securities, and subscriptions to investment letters, magazines, and online services, are no longer deductible.
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