SLOB

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AcronymDefinition
SLOBStructured Large Object
SLOBSame Lingual, Opposite Buccal (dental radiography)
SLOBSilly Little Oracle Benchmark
SLOBSeparate Line of Business (rules for testing retirement plans)
SLOBSecret Language of Birds (Ian Anderson music album)
SLOBSlow Ball (cricket ball delivery)
SLOBSupport Locally Owned Businesses (San Diego, CA)
SLOBSecured Lease Obligation Bond
SLOBSwitch with Large Optical Buffers (optical networking)
SLOBSlow Optical Buffer
SLOBStructured Large Object (programming)
SLOBSuperio-Lateral Outcropping Bonegraft
SLOBSlow Moving or Obsolete Stock/Inventory
SLOBSegments Left On Base
SLOBSuper Lazy Organic Blogging (System)
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The Insurance Bill defines health insurance as separate line of business and that would enable us to have long-term products," he says.
In a separate line of business, Groundbreaker also runs its own crowdfunding platform where clients who want to tap into retail investors but don't want to create their own platform can list investment opportunities.
The 55% test may be applied on a separate line of business basis.
In the past, the IRS's determinations of a separate line of business have tended to be subjective; thus, the standard has remained difficult to interpret.
Because of the absence of such reserves, he said, some insurers are now addressing terrorism exclusions as a separate line of business, will develop some way of rating it and will begin building reserves just as they have in other lines of business.
of Chicago also stressed its growth in new media and technology by reminding investors of last month's creation of Tribune Interactive as a separate line of business.
Tax is a separate line of business at C&L, and is responsible for its own engagement economics.
The IRS released final regulations concerning separate lines of businesses, making it easier to qualify for separate line of business treatment.
Re-issue section 414(r) separate line of business regulations.
When a QSub is maintained as a separate line of business and has gross receipts less than $1 million, it may appear to qualify for the cash method of accounting and use of the installment method.