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unrelated

(ŭn″rĕ-lāt′ĕd)
In organ transplantation, pert. to a donor who has no connection by blood to the recipient but shares many human leukocyte antigen (HLA) markers.
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The IRS, however, provides several exceptions to the taxation of unrelated business income.
United States, Civil 97-2567CCC, the court has ordered that the Internal Revenue Service produce tax return information in respect of unrelated parties.
A categorization method is used that is better at differentiating related mergers from unrelated mergers than methods that have been used in the past.
Royalties, advertising income, mailing list rentals, affinity credit cards, insurance, conventions and travel programs are only a few of the income-generating ventures of nonprofits competing with the for-profit sector that may generate unrelated business income.
Part of this trend is the result of increases in labor productivity, and part is due to lower timber harvests unrelated to the protection of old-growth owl habitat.
One interesting aspect of the Gulf Oil case was that, unlike many other captives, INSCO also wrote some insurance for unrelated third parties.
For clients with severe disabilities, counselors with master's degrees in rehabilitation counseling achieved significantly better outcomes than their counterparts with bachelor's and unrelated master's degrees throughout the following intervals of counselor agency service: (a) zero through 10.
The Tax Law of Unrelated Business for Nonprofit Organizations has everything you need to help you understand and interpret the general rules, modifications, and exceptions of the tax law of unrelated business for nonprofit organizations--including the unrelated debt-financed income rules, commercial activities, use of separate entities, and reporting requirements.
A variety of tax-exempt organizations are required to file Form 990-T to report unrelated business income and the associated tax.
For the majority of unrelated transplants following a standard high-dose preparative regimen, bone marrow should be used since survival is equivalent with two sources but the incidence of chronic graft-versus-host disease, which can be a debilitating complication, is significantly less with marrow," Dr.
In February 2007, the City Council changed the ordinance so no more than three unrelated people could live together.
512(b)(13), which can lead to unrelated business taxable income (UBTI) for tax-exempt members of a group.