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car·ry-o·ver

(kar'ē-ō'ver),
The phenomenon by which part of the analyte present in a sample appears to be present in the next or following samples in the same analytic process. This is most noticeable when a sample of low analyte concentration follows one of very high concentration.

carry-over

Etymology: L, carrus, wagon; AS ofer
contamination of a specimen by the previous one (when automated equipment is used).

car·ry-o·ver

(kar'ē-ō'vĕr)
The phenomenon by which part of the analyte present in a sample appears to be present in the next or following samples in the same analytic process. This is most noticeable when a sample of low analyte concentration follows one of very high concentration.

carry-over

The portion of analyte brought from one reaction segment to the next. The accuracy of laboratory test results may be altered by contaminants that are transferred from one reaction to the following one.
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The rugged QC1 Cleaner XHD primary cleaning blade removes the bulk of the carryback, equipped with a polyurethane formulation to match the application.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) found that IRS delays in processing net operating loss (NOL) carrybacks result in the IRS's paying millions of dollars in interest unnecessarily.
000) Modified AGI 30,000 Itemized deductions Medical ($3,000-2,250) ($750) Taxes (5,000) Mortgage interest (7,500) Charitable contributions (1,000) Total itemized (14,250) Exemptions (not allowed) -0- Modified taxable income 15,750 Code-Based Computation of 2008 Modified Taxable Income: 2008 Taxable income after 2010 NOL carryback ($22,700) Adjustments Capital loss deduction 1,000 NOL carryback 25,000 Medical expense adjustment Medical expense prior to adjustments $2,700 * Adjustment, based on MAGI (3,000-2,250) 750 Reduction in medical expense 1,950 Exemptions (three at $3,500) 10,500 Modified taxable income 15,750 * See Exhibit 6
Moreover, expanding the carryback periods will provide NOL taxpayers with a means of expeditiously recovering taxes already paid into the government, which can be immediately used in the business.
Such an extension of the carryback period to five years, though temporary, was part of a stimulus package enacted in March 2002 in response to the economic dislocation caused by the Sept.
If your original return included an election to forego the NOL carryback period, you have until October 31 to revoke that election if you wish instead to use the five-year carryback period.
Although any publisher can choose to forego the five-year carryback period, the election, once made, is irrevocable.
1, 2015, the carryback amount may not exceed 75 percent of the NOL.
Any NOL in excess of the CERIL not absorbed in a carryback year, and any portion of the NOL attributable to the CERIL can be used as a carryforward (Sec.
However, this period is modified in the case of a claim for credit or refund attributable to an NOL carryback; the limitation period ends three years after the due date for filing the return (including extensions) for the tax year of the NOL that results in the carryback.
Effective for taxable years ending after December 31, 2007, and before January 1, 2010, eligible small-business taxpayers may elect to extend the net operating loss (NOL) carryback period to three, four, or five years.
On April 24, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Revenue Procedure 2009-26 which included updated guidance to small businesses on how to elect the three-, four-, or five-year carryback for 2008 net operating losses (NOL) that was provided in the 2009 economic recovery legislation.