disallowance


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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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We didn't get a notice of disallowance from the Commission on Audit so our presumption was that the transaction was regular and the papers were complete at that time,' she said.
This special training will greatly benefit public officials of local government units, national government agencies, government-owned and controlled corporations, public utility companies as well as those private entities dealing with government, given that this is the only program that will provide them a comprehensive guide on what they must know to avoid those COA disallowances.
25) Despite temporary guidance from the Internal Revenue Service, practitioners still had many questions regarding the application of the new disallowance rules.
It has also disaggregated controls into their constituent components, so there are now more controls to fail and a higher risk of disallowance.
48 million to the contractors, of which it sought disallowance of at least $ 77.
Moreover, precedent exists for adopting such a pro-rata disallowance rule by regulation, (l8) and by Revenue Ruling.
The taxpayers petitioned the Tax Court for relief, arguing the disallowance was not a change in accounting method and that the statute of limitation barred any assessment for amounts deducted from 1998-2002.
1502-20 was amended, and some of the technical provisions and examples relating to the stock basis effects of loss disallowance were eliminated.
Until now there has been an expensive car leasing disallowance on the rental.
The IRS has rejected taxpayers' pleas, based on existing law, for primary purpose or incremental cost approaches in determining both the trigger for the entertainment deduction disallowance of section 274(e)(2) and the amount of expenses that should be disallowed.
2001), excepts the type of deductions in this situation from disallowance under Sec.
We do not have sufficient justification to recommend disallowance of all or a portion of the valuation reimbursed to the developer,'' wrote J.