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Financial terms in "Tax"

1. carryforward

2. casualty and theft losses

3. Tax Reform Act of 1993

4. luxury tax

5. 1099-MISC Form

6. adoption credit

7. Required Minimum Distribution

8. Credit

9. Laffer Curve

10. 1098-E Form

11. nanny tax

12. married taxpayer

13. 1120 Form Schedule B

14. tax loss carryforward

15. mutual improvement certificate

16. Assessed Value

17. 1040 Form Schedule J

18. 1040-C Form

19. Annuity

20. Equivalent taxable yield

21. Schedule D

22. tax identification number

23. 1120-F Form Schedule M-1, M-2

24. 1040-ES Form

25. business activity statement (BAS)

26. 1040 Form Schedule C

27. joint return test

28. flower bond

29. 1120 Form

30. after-tax return

31. tax and loan account

32. joint return

33. salary reduction

34. graduated flat tax

35. Agency bond

36. 1040

37. negative income tax

38. standard mileage rate

39. Tax Abatement

40. Write-Off

41. income spreading

42. 1120-IC-DISC Form Schedule P

43. 401(k) plan

44. Phantom income

45. Gift Tax

46. pretax profit

47. Tax liability

48. Tax Bracket

49. tax cuts

50. foreign earned income exclusion

51. ESOP

52. IRS

53. decedent (IRD) deduction

54. Supplemental Young Child credit

55. capital property

56. tax schedule

57. Interest Equalization Tax (IET)

58. tax expense

59. dividend capture

60. W-4S Form

61. Capital Gain

62. automatic tax lien

63. Form 1065

64. Tax rate

65. AGI

66. Heroes Earned Retirement Opportunities Act (HERO)

67. excess distribution

68. cash taxes

69. taxable preferred security

70. revenue anticipation note

71. 1040-NR Form

72. tax-exempt commercial paper

73. 1040-ES (NR) Form

74. recoverable ACT

75. 1120-S Form Schedule D

76. Provincial Parental Insurance Plan (PPIP)

77. disposable personal income

78. manufactured payment

79. 1040-NR-EZ Form

80. income tax return

81. accommodation trading

82. Abusive tax shelter

83. future income tax

84. tax status

85. Finance Bill

86. identified shares

87. imputation system

88. Excise tax

89. tax roll

90. RRSP

91. ad valorem duty

92. nominee distribution

93. saver's tax credit

94. home mortgage interest deduction

95. 940 Form Schedule R

96. 1040 Form Schedule D

97. 1120 Form Schedule O

98. non-resident alien tax

99. 1040-V Form

100. Schedule K-1

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NASD

Categories: Brokerages, Compliance and Governance,

NASD is the largest self-regulatory organization (SRO) in the United States. Formerly known as the national association of securities dealers, NASD regulates broker-dealer firms and licenses registered representatives - better known as stockbrokers - who make a business of trading securities. In addition, NASD regulates trading in stocks, mutual funds, variable annuities, corporate bonds, and futures and options contracts on securities, and acts as regulator for a number of securities exchanges, NASD also reviews materials that investment companies provide to their clients and prospective clients to ensure those materials comply with the relevant guidelines. Through its BrokerCheck database, NASD provides a resource for investors to check the credentials of people and firms with whom they're considering working. The NASD website also provides investor education and alerts on current issues of importance to investors. Finally, NASD also resolves disputes between broker-dealers and their clients, through either mediation or arbitration. NASD disciplines firms and individuals who violate the rules.

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