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Kamikaze Defense

Kamikaze Defense What is 'Kamikaze Defense ' A type of takeover defense mechanism sometimes resorted to by a company that is the target of a hostile bid. Kamikaze defense involves reshapin

Incentive Trust

DefinitionIn American estate planning parlance, an incentive trust is a trust designed to encourage or discourage certain behaviors by using distributions of trust income or principal as an

Implied Authority

DefinitionImplied Authority of Contract is a legal term. In contract law, it is the implied ability of an individual to make a legally binding contract on behalf of an organization, by way o

Incentive Fee

Definition of an Incentive Fee An incentive fee, also known as a performance fee, is a fee which a client fund may be charged by the investment manager that manages its assets. The cost of

Abatement Costs

Abatement Costs What is 'Abatement Cost' A cost borne by many businesses for the removal and/or reduction of an undesirable item that they have created. Abatement costs are generally incur

Absenteeism

DefinitionAbsenteeism is a habitual pattern of absence from a duty or obligation without good reason. Generally, absenteeism is unplanned absences. Absenteeism has been viewed as an indicato

Accelerated Vesting

Accelerated Vesting What is 'Accelerated Vesting' A form of vesting that takes place at a faster rate than the initial vesting schedule in a company's stock option plan. This allows the op

Abatement

Abatement What is 'Abatement' Abatement is a reduction in the level of taxation faced by an individual or company. Examples of an abatement include a tax decrease, a reduction in penalties

Qualified Electric Vehicle

Qualified Electric Vehicle What is 'Qualified Electric Vehicle' An electric vehicle that qualifies the owner to claim a nonrefundable tax credit. A qualified electric vehicle must have at

Qualified Disclaimer

Qualified Disclaimer What is 'Qualified Disclaimer' A refusal to accept property that meets with provisions set forth in the Internal Revenue Code Tax Reform Act of 1976 allowing for the p
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