As these corporations recover and generate taxable income, the use of these carryover items is becoming more prevalent, and one of the issues arising is the interplay of the 10% limit on charitable deductions and the 90% limit on ATNOLs.
What does C/O stand for?
C/O stands for Carryover (funds)
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We have 60 other meanings of C/O in our Acronym Attic
- Construction Number (aircraft industry)
- Coulombs Per Newton
- Control/Nutritional Counseling
- Carrier-to-Noise power ratio
- Carton Number
- Comm/Nav Outage Forecast System
- Carrier to Noise Ratio
- Call Out
- Care of
Samples in periodicals archive:
The FTB has noticed taxpayers filing returns (original or amended) claiming carryover credits they never earned to reduce current tax liabilities.
While past congressional defense committees recognize the need for carryover, the committees have raised concerns that carryover may be more than needed.
Rice carryover stocks will increase sharply this season as a result of the large crop.
The IRS denied the deductions on the grounds that section 1371(b)(1) prevented any carryover to an S year from a C year.
One of the keys in stopping this offense lies in having as much carryover as possible from your basic reads and schemes.
The ratings do not address the likelihood of payment of the noteholders' interest LIBOR carryover amount or the certificate holders' interest LIBOR carryover amount.
the debtor's loss carryovers and/or tax basis of his assets) must be reduced by $1.