Internal Revenue Code

Internal Revenue Code
The various statutes and regulations making up federal tax law. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary

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Internal Revenue Code UK US noun [S] (ABBREVIATION IRC)
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This fact sheet provides information on how the limits set out in Internal Revenue Code Section 415 (b) affect SRA benefits.


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