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1. mortgage credit certificates (MCC)

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5. capital property

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11. 1120-F Form Schedule V

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35. 1120-PC Form Schedule M-3

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39. 1120-F Form Schedule H

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69. 1120-L Form Schedule M-3

70. 1120-IC-DISC Form Schedule K

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75. Tax Lien

76. W-2C Form

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81. cost segregation

82. 30-day wash rule

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86. like-kind exchange

87. assignment of income

88. unqualified audit

89. interperiod income tax allocation

90. exchange fund

91. Tax shelter

92. Consumer Debt

93. deferred income taxes

94. 1120-F Form Schedule P

95. ATO

96. W-4 Form

97. 1120-F Form Schedule M-3

98. certificate of tax deducted

99. 1120-IC-DISC Form Schedule P

100. Working Families Tax Relief Act of 2004

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Expiration Cycle

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The recurring cycle of expiry months for which options on a particular security can be available. Basic options are placed in one of three cycles; Cycle 1 (the January/April/July/October, or the first month of each quarter); Cycle 2 (the second month of each quarter); or Cycle 3 (the third month of each quarter).At any one time, a basic option has contracts with three expiration dates outstanding. For example, in mid-February, options trading on cycle 3 will have March, June and September expiries available. Late in March, after the March options expire, a December contract will be added, thus offering June, September and December expiries.Higher-volume equity options, index options, and LEAPS can trade on other cycles, such as Cycle 4, Cycle 5 or Cycle 6. Cycle 4, for example, offers options in the two nearest months plus two months from Cycle 3. For example, in mid-April, there would be April, May, June and September expires available. A month later, there would be May, June, September and December expiries available for trading.

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