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allocated

A term used primarily in clinical trials as an equivalent of “assigned”.
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Federal government is likely to allocate Rs 1 billion for Lining of Distributaries & Minors in Sindh for Development Budget 2010-11 against the demand of Rs 4 billion put up by the Ministry of Water & Power, while last year the same amount of Rs 1 billion was allocated for the ongoing FY 2009-10 with no effect on present allocation.
Agent's view: According to the agent, the taxpayer allocates cost pools to projects, and ultimately expenses or capitalizes such costs using "costs drivers," which determine how costs are "driven" to different projects or codes.
Taxpayers are generally required to allocate additional Sec.
Subparagraph (2) provides that if a taxpayer engages in an activity both for a lobbying and a non-lobbying purpose, it must allocate the costs of the activity among the various purposes in a "reasonable" manner.
This means each is free to allocate (or not allocate) a portion of the GST exemption to the gift.
Except as provided in paragraph (e)(12)(vi) (6), the taxpayer shall allocate a deduction for a charitable contribution solely to foreign source gross income if the taxpayer, at the time of the contribution, knows or has reason to know that --
Based on traffic types, SWTC can allocate more or less bandwidth to specific applications or groups.
However, when the unitrust is authorized only in the document, the trustee may allocate capital gain reasonably and impartially, a more flexible standard (discussed below).
SOP 93-6, however, generally provides that when a company allocates shares to participants' ESOP accounts, a compensation expense results that is measured by the fair market value of the stock on the allocation date.
affiliated group must allocate interest as a fungible expense on the basis of its worldwide assets.
263A costs, but will be required to use one of the producer cost-allocation methods to allocate direct and indirect costs to property produced and acquired for resale.