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What does DOD stand for?
DOD stands for Date Of Death (geneaological term)
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We have 186 other meanings of DOD in our Acronym Attic
- Durham-Orange Community Tennis Association (est. 1998; Durham, NC)
- Documentary (film)
- Document Number
- Documenti Unici di Programmazione (Italian: Single Programming Documents; EU)
- Display Oriented Computer Usage System
- Document Delivery User
- Ducati Owners Club Victoria (Australia)
- Derby Owners Club World Edition (video game)
- Dance of Death (Iron Maiden album)
- Data Object Design (US Department of Energy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A WRITER wants to discover more about a Huddersfield soldier whose date of death during the Second World War has sparked a mystery.
Although this 10-year lien runs from the date of death, the installment payment period generally runs from the normal payment due date, nine months after the date of death, thus reducing the time the general lien protects the government to nine years and three months.
If an income interest in a trust ends with the death of the income beneficiary, the income is allocated to the income beneficiary until the date of death, and the remainder afterward.
An information center contains computers for locating names, which are arranged on the wall by date of death.
IRC [sections] 2032 allows the executor to use asset values on a date other than the date of death if certain requirements are met.
Data collected included date of the report, date of death or sighting of the birds, whether the birds were dead or appeared ill, street address where the birds were seen or found, number of birds, and species of birds.
While we would know the tax rates that would be in force during a phase-out period, even though they would differ from year to year, we would not know what rate would apply to an estate because we cannot predict the date of death.