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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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The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has published some of the most unusual claims that they disallowed last financial year.
THE TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT added new IRC [section]274(a) (4), which generally disallows the deduction for the expense of any "qualified transportation fringe" (QTF) provided to an employee of the taxpayer.
Because of this, all employees who received the disallowed allowances and benefits were held liable and ordered to refund the amounts.
Islamabad -- Chairman Senate today disallowed adjournment motion moved by PPP senator Farhatullah Babar seeking discussion over the statement last month by ex Minister Mushahidullah Khan in which he claimed that the head of a premier intelligence agency was behind clandestine moves to destabilize the government.
382(h)(4) provides that, if a deduction for any portion of an RBIL is "disallowed" for any post-change year, such portion is carried forward to subsequent tax years but is subject to limitation under Sec.
Section 534 of the bill would amend section 162(g) of the Code to disallow deductions for punitive damages that are paid or incurred as a result of a judgment or in settlement of a claim.
Thus, Steward's reflections on the helplessness of his Disallowed ancestors "made him want to shoot somebody" (96).
The amount of interest expense to disallow in accordance with Sec.
If the Senate decides to disallow the 605GL of Sustainable Diversion Limit (SDL) environmental projects, then the future of the Plan will be in serious jeopardy.
274(a)(1)(A) disallow an S corporation's deductions for the amount of expenses of providing corporate aircraft for the personal use of a shareholder or employee, in excess of the value of the flights included in the shareholder's or employee's income under the methodology of Regs.
The National Farmers Federation (NFF) has welcomed today s decision by the House of Representatives to disallow the listing of the Murray River and Macquarie Marshes communities under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conversation (EPBC) Act.
With the position the referee was in, how could he disallow it?