3 do not apply i) Attribution ends if the transferor or lender dies or ceases to be a resident of Canada.
What does TFR stand for?
TFR stands for Transferor (IRB)
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We have 103 other meanings of TFR in our Acronym Attic
- Total Final Report
- Total Fixed Remuneration (salary calculation)
- Total Flight Restriction
- Total Fluid Requirement (healthcare)
- Total Force Readiness (US DoD)
- Traffic Film Remover (UK car wash product)
- Training Fee Revenue
- Training for Results (various locations)
- Traitement de Fin de Rapport (French: Treatment End Report)
- Transfer Restricted (SS7)
- Transferrin Receptor
- Transformée de Fourier Rapide (French: Fast Fourier Transform)
- Transmit Frame Reference
- Transnet Freight Rail (South Africa)
- Transparent Failure Recovery
- Trattamento di Fine Rapporto (Italian labor legislation)
- Tray Flame-Retardant (product feature)
- Trinomial Failure Rate
- Trouble & Failure Report
- Trouble Failure Report
Samples in periodicals archive:
Immediately after the transfer, the transferor or one or more of its shareholders (or some combination thereof) is in control of the transferee; and 3.
While purchasing insurance solely in the name of the entity appears to solve this coverage gap, this may leave the transferor vulnerable to loss.
Moreover, if the transferor is not taxable (say, a foreign or tax-exempt person), a basis increase may be engineered without paying a tax liability.
The 1994 amendments further expand the definition of OPP to include State and local transfer taxes paid or required to be paid by the transferor upon the transfer of the property and a portion of certain lease-up costs such as brokerage fees (includable to the extent of the unexpired term of the lease or sublease as of the date of transfer).
The owner of the property (the "transferor") is normally faced with the following dilemma: If an outright gift is made, the transferor incurs wealth transfer taxes up front, such as gift and generation-skipping transfer taxes, and loses control over the transferred property.
the transferor), and that the transferor will transfer to the issuer.
74-503--including whether the transferor and the transferee each have zero basis in stock received in the exchange--are "under study" by the IRS.