SII

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AcronymDefinition
SIISeiko Instruments, Inc.
SIIServicio de Impuestos Internos (Chile)
SIIStandards Institution of Israel
SIISilicon Image, Inc.
SIISistema Integral de Información (Spanish: Integrated Information System; Mexico)
SIIStrong Interest Inventory
SIISociété pour l'Informatique Industrielle (French: Society for Industrial Computers)
SIISilicon Image Inc.
SIIService Interval Indicator
SIISpatial Information Infrastructure
SIISecurities and Investment Institute (UK)
SIISecurities Industry Institute (executive development program)
SIISolvency II (insurance requirements)
SIISelf-Inflicted Injury
SIISystemic Infrastructure Initiative (Australia)
SIISíndrome de Intestino Irritable (Spanish: Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
SIISensory Integration International
SIISciences International, Inc. (now Tetra Tech Sciences; Virginia)
SIIStandards Institute of Israel
SIIScout II (truck model)
SIISuccessor In Interest
SIISocial Insurance Institution of Finland
SIISouthern Ionics Incorporated (West Point, MS)
SIIService Improvement Initiative (Canada)
SIISiilinjärvi (Finland)
SIISpecial Interest Item
SIIScott's Inspections Inc (San Antonio, TX)
SIISpace Industries, Inc.
SIIScalable Information Infrastructure
SIIStrategic Infrastructure Initiative
SIISpecial Investigative Inquiry
SIIStatement of Intelligence Interest
SIISelf Identified Issue (various organizations)
SIISociété Immobilière d'Investissement (French: Real Estate Investment Company)
SIISpecial Instructions Indicator
SIIStrengths, Improvements, and Insights
SIISystem Internal Interface
SIISecurity Investigation Index
SIIService Identity Index
SIISuitability Investigative Index
SIISouthern Industrial Institute, Inc.
SIISinclair Intimacy Institute
SIISoftware International Incorporated
SIISoldier Information Interface
SIISystems Interface Inc.
SIIStatic/Stub Invocation Interface (CORBA client-side API)
SIIStrategic Inventory Initiative
SIISponsor Identification Index
SIISemantic Information Integration (Digital Enterprise Research Institute; Ireland)
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Items constituting IRD are included in the estate of the decedent as assets and are subject to income tax when received by the estate or other successor in interest.
The district court granted the competitor's motion for summary judgment and indicated that it was "unnecessary and improper" to apply the FMLA's regulatory factors (27) (which closely mirror the nine MacMillan factors) to ascertain whether defendant was a successor in interest. Relying heavily on Coffman, the district court decided that there could be no "continuity of ownership and control" between the predecessor and the competitor due to the nature of the contract bid process and, therefore, no predecessor-successor relationship existed.
However, what if the successor developer is viewed as a "successor in interest" to one of the contracting parties - that is, the bond principal?
Since the surviving spouse can file a joint return with the decedent through the date of death, naming the spouse as successor in interest avoids including the partnership income or loss in the estate.
A decedent's distributive share of partnership income for the partnership's tax year that ends after his death is includible in the return of his estate or other successor in interest.[23] Any portion of this distributive share that pertains to the period before the decedent's death is IRD.[24] The balance of the distributive share is income to the decedent's successor but is not IRD.