passthrough

passthrough

[′pas‚thrü]
(computer science)
A procedure that allows a user to communicate with a computer through the use of the operating system of a second computer.
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The soundbar supports Amazon Alexa out of the box, 4K HDR passthrough and has a wireless subwoofer.
First, it could make landfall and passthrough southern Luzon.
In his new position, West will focus primarily on the private equity and mergers and acquisitions arenas, advising clients on transactions that require a deep understanding of the interaction between corporate, international, and passthrough taxation--an area made even more complex by recent US tax reforms, Corwin added.
The 2017 tax law gives passthrough owners only temporary tax relief since the deduction is due to expire after 2025.
A private company's decision to convert from a passthrough entity to a C corporation requires robust modeling with multiyear financial projections that include the potential sale of the business.
As part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Congress created a new and much-publicized passthrough deduction, designed to provide owners of non-corporate entities with benefits similar to the reduced tax rates for corporations.
The self-charged interest rules correct the unfair tax result that could otherwise occur when a passthrough entity and its owners engage in lending transactions.
We've said all along, from the very beginning, that if they lower the corporate tax rate, then they have to do something for passthroughs. The vast majority of businesses in this country, including CPA firms, operate in a passthrough format.
Should passthrough taxation be made mandatory for all businesses
TP-LINK introduces the TL-PA8030P KIT AV1200 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit that expands your home's network over its existing electrical wiring.
TP-LINK has unveiled the TL-PA8030P KIT AV1200 3-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit that expands your home's network over its existing electrical wiring.