from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. federal estate tax
- abbr. federal excise tax
- abbr. field-effect transistor
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- Field Effect Transistor.
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"The revision of the FET is the last stage of breaking with the apartheid past," he said.
While building our system through the transformation of our institutions such as FET colleges, and
A family of genes known as the "FET" genes has been investigated in the work presented in the thesis.
They have had one IVF cycle and one frozen embryo transfer FET.
A year later, we had FET – using the frozen embryos left over from the IVF cycle.
“The complexity of ‘Cascading FET’ means there is ample scope for miscalculation,” James warns.
Underlining the complexity of this issue, the exemption from FET for UK-headquartered companies only applies to the extent that the assuming company does not reinsure with another company that does not qualify for tax treaty relief and if no conduit arrangement is found to be in place, so this is no amnesty from cascading FET.
Insurers that want to qualify for the exemption from FET typically enter into a closing agreement with the US IRS confirming that the non-US insurer qualifies under the relevant tax treaty.
FET does not apply if the insurer is a qualified resident of a country that has a tax treaty with the US that includes an exemption from FET.
Federal Excise Tax ‘FET’ applies to the premium paid by one foreign insurance company to another on contracts covering US risks.