AABY

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1362(d)(3)(F), as amended by AJCA Section 237(a), modifies the definition of passive income to exclude interest income earned by banks and bank holding companies, as well as dividend income earned from assets required, for regulatory purposes, to be held by banks or their holding companies (including stock in the Federal Home Loan Bank, Federal Reserve Bank and Federal Agricultural Mortgage Bank, or participation certificates issued by a Federal Intermediate Credit Bank) .
530(d) (2) (D), as amended by IRSRRA '98 Section 6004(d)(5), provides that no other income tax deduction or credit is allowed for QHEEs taken into account in determining the exclusion for Education IRA distributions.
530(b)(1)(E), as amended by IRSRRA '98 Section 6004(d)(2)(A).
170(e) (6) (F), as amended by IRSRRA '98 Section 6004(e)(4), the increased deduction will not apply to contributions made in tax years beginning after 2000.
10(2)(a), Convention Between the Government of the Republic of Kazakstan and the Government of the United States of America for the Avoidance of Double Taxation and the Prevention of Fiscal Evasion with Respect to Taxes on Income and Capital (hereinafter, "Kazakstan Treaty"), as amended by the Protocol and the Two Related Exchanges of Notes Signed at Almaty on Oct.
643(h), as amended by SBJPA Section 1904(c), treats amounts paid to a U.S.
643(h), as amended by SBJPA Section 1906(c)(1), states that, except as provided by regulations, loans of cash and marketable securities by a foreign nongrantor trust to the US.
7701(a)(30)E and (31)(B), as amended by SBJPA Section 1907(a), a trust is a U S.
1491 and 1494 as amended by SBJPA Sections 1907(b) and 1902.
679(a)(4), as amended by SBJPA Section 1903(c), if a foreign grantor becomes a US.
643(a)(7), as amended by SBJPA Section 1906(b), empowers Treasury to prescribe regulations as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the purposes of the anti-abuse rules applicable to estates, trusts and beneficiaries.