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disallowance

(dis″ă-low′ăns)
A rejection by the insurer of a beneficiary's health insurance claim.
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274(a)(1)(A) generally disallows deductions for entertainment, amusement or recreation unless directly related to, or associated with (under certain conditions), the active conduct of the taxpayer's trade or business.
In conclusion, TEI urges Congress to reject the proposal to disallow deductions for compensatory damages related to environmental lawsuits.
If the county disallows or ignores the claim, ATC will file the claim in Douglas County Circuit Court.
HB 3767, Laws 2005, disallows deductions for the accrual of an expense or interest if the payee is a related person and the payment is not made in the tax year of accrual or before the payer's income tax return is due for the tax year of accrual.
274(a)(1)(B) disallows deductions for facilities related to such activities.
Imagine the board allowing a fire chief to disallow a female from being trained as a firefighter because of sex.
In addition to the rules based on positive logic, exclusionary rules can be implemented to explicitly disallow known exploits.
We have been advised that the DOJ has adopted a rule of administrative convenience pursuant to which any financial interest of the seller in a buyer of assets required to be divested by the DOJ to consummate a transaction will disallow the buyer as a qualified bidder.
A significant setback was the decision by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission to disallow recovery of conservation incentives," said Jim McIntyre, vice president and chief financial officer.
There is much speculation on future final guidance, including whether such rules might disallow not only losses on stock sales, but also losses on portions of stock basis when a subsidiary is sold at a gain.
How -- allow or disallow connection -- Who -- workstations, groups -- When -- time of day -- What -- which protocols -- Where -- URL lists, URL groups, domains, IP addresses
470 to disallow losses on property treated as exempt-use property solely as a result of the application of Sec.