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allocated

A term used primarily in clinical trials as an equivalent of “assigned”.
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Using Cisco IOS NetFlow, Allocate tracks 100% of all IP traffic on the network for accurate accounting and cost management.
The law does not explicitly acknowledge that decedents' directives regarding allocation are controlling and does not allocate basis increases if the personal representative fails to do so.
A solution is to charge P2 its $12,000 stand-alone cost and then allocate the $88,000 total cost balance equally to P1 and FR.
Form 709 is used to compute the gift and GST taxes on lifetime direct-skip transfers and to allocate a transferor's GST exemption to these transfers.
Thus, the best way to achieve exempt status while using the least amount of GST exemption is to not allocate any GST exemption against the premiums when they are contributed to the trust, but rather to allocate an exemption at a later date against the (then-lower) value of the trust at that time.
Although an intangible asset appraisal may be necessary for a number of reasons, one of the most common reasons is to allocate the purchase price for tax reporting purposes.
European and other delegations at the International Telecommunications Union's (ITU) World Radio Conference (WRC) to allocate 455 MHz of unlicensed spectrum in the 5-GHz band for global WLAN use.
The new rules would allocate a portion of the finance business's interest expense to the foreign source income generated by the manufacturing business.
The multi-strategy arbitrage fund will allocate asset among funds investing in event-driven arbitrage, relative value arbitrage, convertible arbitrage and fixed income arbitrage.
Paul Fitzsimons, chairman of Allocate said: "We see tremendous opportunity to grow the business by supporting the needs of our customers where the efficient use of specialist resources is critical to their success.
When a taxpayer qualifies for this relief, it is necessary to allocate the tax deficiency between the taxpayers who filed the joint return.
With the adjustment power, the trustee could allocate some of the capital gain to an income beneficiary, even though that gain is principal.