PY

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AcronymDefinition
PYPython (file format/extension)
PYParaguay (IAO country code, top level domain)
PYProgram Year
PYPolygon
PYSpray (METAR obscuration)
PYPyridine (chemistry)
PYPoka Yoke (Japanese: Mistake Proofing)
PYPrior Year
PYPlanning Yard (US Navy)
PYPart Year
PYPangYa (MMO game)
PYProject Yes (various organizations)
PYPete Yorn (musician)
PYPayroll Accounting
PYPersonnel Year (education)
PYPatient Year
PYPhysical Year
PYPhoenix Yellow (Acura Integra Type R color)
PYPlanning Year
PYPromotion Year
PYPatrol Vessel, Yacht (US Navy)
PYSurinam Airways Ltd (IATA airline code)
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0 percent decreased 120 basis points from the prior year and was negatively impacted by 150 basis points from higher energy pass-through; excluding this impact, this margin increased 30 basis points.
Private student loans increased USD 390 m , or 5%, from the prior year and personal loans increased USD 652m, or 22%, from the prior year.
1% to $1,149,813 over the prior year quarter average of $1,044,166 but was down 12.
If the change occurs at the end of the prior year and the corporation has a loss for that year that was carried forward to the succeeding year (for which the UPHCI is being computed), there could be a serious limitation under Sec.
4 percent, the same as in the prior year (prior year 8.
Excluding restructuring, non-recurring charges and acquisition-related items, first quarter operating income increased 24 percent to $158 million compared to $128 million in the prior year, and EBITDA increased 20 percent to $197 million compared to $164 million in the prior year.
However, many positions adopted by taxpayers for prior years, even though reasonable and not subject to penalties if necessary disclosures were made, may differ from the position asserted by the Service on examination.
Large" corporations may only use the prior year tax exception to avoid penalties for the first quarter.
Final alternative minimum tax (AMT) inventory regulations, released by the IRS in December 1992, allow corporate taxpayers to recognize negative adjusted current earnings (ACE)-LIFO adjustments regardless of whether positive adjustments have been recognized in prior years.