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assets

Tangible things with a monetary value.
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Although the opportunity to lower taxes by transferring income-producing assets to children under 18 is curtailed by the kiddie tax, putting a child's funds in investments that produce little or no current taxable income can help avoid the tax; see RIA's Complete Analysis of the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act of 2005, [paragraph] 204.
So under Statement 141, Business Combinations, the total purchase price would have to be allocated to the tangible assets, which will probably be sold off or scrapped, as well as to the intangible assets of S's brand name and customer lists.
Tokyo, Japan, Dec 14, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - Nikko Asset Management Co., Ltd.
While charitable lead trusts (CLTs) first make a stream of payments to one or more charitable beneficiaries, then leave remaining trust assets to non-charitable beneficiaries, charitable remainder trusts (CRTs) do the opposite.
Reverse logistics companies that demonstrate expertise in the area of IT asset disposition will find an enormous opportunity for growth in the next five years as they help clients mitigate the privacy risks associated with the transportation of high-tech assets.
Prenuptial agreements remain the most effective tool in protecting one's assets, and the Paul McCartney-Heather Mills divorce will accentuate that point.
Under Basel II, the capital percentage will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis and for low risk assets it will be greatly reduced.
Changing market conditions, new manufacturing processes, corporate restructuring and new technology create idle assets that, without astute management, become financial liabilities and put pressure on the bottom line.
123(R) does not permit the company to record a valuation allowance against the deferred tax asset. Valuation allowances are recorded only when a company's overall tax position shows future taxable income will not be sufficient to realize all of the benefits of its deferred tax assets.
The companies engaged in four transactions in one taxable year involving the transfer and acquisition of tangible and intangible business assets. The taxpayer claimed that all of gain on the sales and purchases were subject to deferral under section 1031.
Let's now turn our attention to the role of managing assets in the income stream.
We recognize the strategic importance of enterprise knowledge assets and are committed to fostering and facilitating the creation of a KS environment.