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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Passthrough items are generally allocated to shareholders on a pro rata basis (i.
Should passthrough taxation be made mandatory for all businesses
Monte Jackel, senior counsel in the tax practice at Akin Gump, has been quoted in the Tax Notes Today article Passthrough Gaming Poses Hard Questions for Trump Tax Plan, regarding the controversy over how lawmakers in Washington might prevent anyone from taking advantage of the tax system for passthrough entities if the Trump administrations new tax plan were to be implemented.
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.
If any partner is a passthrough partner, the partnership is not a small partnership.
The incomplete passthrough of policy rate adjustments to the bank lending rates could be attributed in part to ample liquidity in the financial system," Tetangco told reporters at the weekend.
This study investigates the nature of asymmetric passthrough of global food inflation to domestic inflation in Pakistan by using monthly data from 1993M2 to 2012M2.
For a business conducted by an entity taxed on a passthrough basis (passthrough entity), such as a tax partnership (for example, a multiple-member LLC not taxed as a corporation) and an S corporation, the passive activity loss rules standards test the participation level of the individual owners of the entities, with a separate determination being made for each separate owner.
A double firewall protects the network against intruders and includes logs and alerts of break-in attempts, while VPN passthrough makes connecting to the network from outside the office safe.
Recent statutory changes limit the W-2 wages that may be counted in the overall W-2 wage limitation to those properly allocable to DPGR and expand the wages that may be allocated to owners from passthrough entities.
This strategy allows us to work more closely with the individual client to work together to keep expenses down and minimize passthrough expenses to the tenant.