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Audiology A popular term for the shape of the curve in speech discrimination–SD audiometry, related to a defect in retrocochlear cranial nerve VIII, in which SD improves as sound intensity ↑ until a maximum–PBmax is reached, after which SD worsens. See Hearing test.
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That leads to the question: What is the SEC’s best interest standard of care for rollover advice?
Here are four rollover situations that might be of interest to financial professionals.
While it does make sense that we'd see fewer Roth rollovers, the actual numbers are still smaller than what we'd expect.
The party making the distribution to which the rollover relates delayed providing information that the receiving plan or IRA required to complete the rollover, despite the taxpayer's reasonable efforts to obtain the information.
The DOL's new fiduciary rule supersedes and replaces the DOL's existing rollover guidance as articulated in Advisory Opinion 2005-23A.
Zhang expects to build, based on his computer model, a rollover dummy prototype sometime in 2016.
If a trader buys and sells within the same business day, there is no issue with delivery, but if they want to carry over their trade to the next business day they are required to use Tom/ Next rollover procedures.
(NYSE: DST), a US provider of strategically unified data management, business processing, and customer communication solutions, has completed its acquisition of retirement plan rollover specialist Wealth Management Systems Inc., the company said on Friday.
A rollover of PS263,264 in the win fund is expected to swell to PS350,000, while the PS204,350 bonus pool should reach PS250,000.
408(d)(3)(A)(i) permits a tax-free rollover of funds in a taxpayer's IRA, as long as the amount distributed to the taxpayer is paid into an IRA for the taxpayer's benefit within 60 days, subject to the one-rollover-per-year limit of Sec.
The guidance reflects a change made earlier this year by a tax court ruling that said IRA holders can do only one IRA-to-IRA rollover per year.