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disqualify (someone or something) for (something)

To render someone or something unable to do or have something. I'm afraid that your close relationship with the headmaster disqualifies you for a position on the board.
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disqualify someone or something for something

 and disqualify someone or something from something
to invalidate someone's or something 's claim to something. Does being late for practice disqualify me for the team? This loss disqualifies our team, doesn't it? Does it disqualify us from competition?
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He said that there is no law in Pakistan that paves the way for disqualifying a prime minister over imaginary salary from his son and for having an 'Iqama'.
Even if the stock has not dropped, it may make sense for clients who did not previously review their financial goals, and who have overextended themselves in terms of AMT liability, to consider disqualifying.
Consider disqualifying dispositions of the ISO shares exercised in the prior year subjecting the sale to regular tax on compensation income.
4658(b)(3), a lender who does not possess incidents of ownership in an entity's assets, but has an interest in its net profits, is also deemed to have a disqualifying interest.
465-8 (d), when a borrower secures a nonrecourse loan with assets without a readily ascertainable FMV, the lender will be deemed to have a disqualifying interest in the activity if he or she stands to receive financial gain (other than interest) from the activity or from the sale of interests therein.
If a service provider enters into a disqualifying disposition, the employer can deduct the amount in the year it is included in the service provider's income.
Historically, the IRS has accorded special treatment to ordinary income resulting from the disqualifying disposition of an ISO.
The ruling also held that the disqualifying disposition of stock acquired by exercise of qualified stock options did not result in wages for Federal employment tax and income tax purposes.
If the disqualifying provision is a plan provision that is integral to a qualification requirement that was changed, the remedial amendment period begins on the first day on which the plan operated in accordance with such plan provision, as amended.
As discussed in the preamble to the proposed regulations, the Service has, in prior years, issued several revenue rulings disqualifying an otherwise qualifying reorganization for failure to meet the "remote continuity of interest" doctrine because of subsequent transfers to corporations; in response to these rulings, Congress enacted legislation that would allow these particular transactions.
As a result, the increase in such individual's income for the year in which the disqualifying disposition occurred shall be treated as compensation income and the employer corporation may take a deduction equal to the amount of income recognized by the individual.
FITW would be required only if a disqualifying disposition takes place, including with respect to any "discount" element.
A disposition not meeting these requirements is called a disqualifying disposition.
Correcting a prohibited transaction means undoing it to the extent possible, but in any case putting the plan in a financial position no worse than it would have been in had the disqualifying person been acting in accordance with the highest fiduciary standards.
The Employee Plans Closing Agreements Pilot Program (CAP) allows key districts to enter into closing agreements that impose monetary tax sanctions on plan sponsors, instead of disqualifying the plan.