AFR

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AFR

Abbreviation for:
adaptive frequency response
annual financial return (Medspeak-UK)
aortic flow rate
aqueous flare response
average flow rate
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This residual value is determined based on actuarial tables and the special applicable federal rate used in discounting the grantor's retained annuity payments.
The bank cut the interest rate to 6% in a debt workout when the applicable federal rate was 7.
He said it is important to use the applicable federal rates for repayment agreements to further substantiate an arm's length agreement.
For demand loans with principal amounts that fluctuate during the year, the minimum interest rate is based on a month-by-month computation using the short-term applicable federal rate issued for each month.
The interest rate on the cash flow notes will be determined at the time of issuance based on the applicable federal rate (currently 6.
The lender-parent is deemed to have made a loan to the borrower-child at the applicable Federal rate (AFR).
The 10-year note will accrue interest at the applicable federal rate, but interest will not be paid on a current basis and will be due only upon maturity or a mandatory prepayment.
In particular, we understand that the Treasury is considering substituting a uniform rate, such as the applicable federal rate (AFR) (or, perhaps, AFR plus "one or two"), in lieu of taxpayer's individual determinations of their specific weighted average interest rate under Prop.
Since then, the IRS has been required to issue a monthly floating set of interest rates known as the applicable federal rate (AFR), providing minimum interest rates for both demand and term loans.
He then sells to the trust an asset which is likely to appreciate, in return for an installment note (usually with a balloon payment), bearing an interest rate at the applicable Federal rate (AFR).
If you don't it will be imposed for tax purposes at the applicable federal rate, even if no money changes hands.
A yeild to maturity equal to or greater than 500 basis points over the applicable federal rate.