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LOBLarge Object(s)
LOBLine Of Business
LOBLeft On Base (baseball)
LOBLegion of Boom (Seattle Seahawks)
LOBLibrary of Birmingham (Birmingham, England, UK)
LOBLegend of Blue-Eyes White Dragon (Yu-Gi-Oh cards)
LOBLarge Object
LOBLine of Balance
LOBLinked Object
LOBLoaf of Bread
LOBLateral Organ Boundary (genes)
LOBLand of Bears (anime)
LOBLine-Of-Balance (project management)
LOBLaboratory of Biomedical Optics (Switzerland)
LOBLots of Blood (band)
LOBLoss of Balance
LOBLimit Order Book (finance)
LOBLoad of Bollocks
LOBLive on Board
LOBLordz of Brooklyn (band)
LOBLimit of Blank
LOBLow-Order Byte
LOBLazy Old Bastard
LOBLaunch Operations Building
LOBLost on Board (travel)
LOBLimitation of Benefit (insurance)
LOBLow-Order Bit
LOBLost on Base (military slang)
LOBLease Office Building (United Arab Emirates)
LOBLocally Optimum Bayes (parametric theory)
LOBLimited Operating Base
LOBLondon over the Border (Girl Guides Association geographic area)
LOBLine Of Bearing/Balance
LOBLoss Of Bargain
LOBLeft Out Board (locations of aircraft underwing pylons)
LOBLand Order of Battle
LOBLocal Option Budgeting
LOBLoss Of Break
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If the separate line of business has a profit-sharing lplan, a required allocation under the proposed regulations will effectively remove the advantage of a profit-sharing plan when business slips and a three-percent allocation will severely impair the company.
A dominant line of business is defined as a qualified separate line of business to which at least 55 percent of all substantial service employees are assigned under this section.
Merger and acquisition safe harbor: SLOBs acquired in a merger or acquisition may automatically satisfy the administrative scrutiny requirement for up to four years if there are no significant changes in the work force of the acquired line of business (Regs.
Myers and Read (2001) also propose a basis for allocation of capital in insurance companies based on the marginal contribution to the option-based default value for each line of business.
2) The employer must prove the organizational and operational independence of each line of business.
Separate line of business In June 1994, the IRS issued amended final regulations under Sec.
Finally, the Institute devoted substantial effort to the allocation of corporate headquarters staff to various lines and the dominant line of business approach for allocating "residual shared employees" (i.
They also know that in creating the claims infrastructure to service a new line of business they may be creating the same stifling problem when they seek to exit the line in the future.
The gross profit percentage is determined on the basis of (1) all property offered to customers in the ordinary line of business in which the employee works and (2) the employer's experience over a representative period of time.