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Form 990

The tax return for a tax exempt organization in the United States. Charities, for example, must file Form 990 every year to maintain their legal nonprofit status.
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The resulting discounts for z/OS on new standalone machines range from 50% on smaller zSeries 900 machines to only 3% on larger zSeries 900 machines; they range from 36% on smaller zSeries 990s to 10% on larger models.
According to Healthy People 2010, adolescent smoking rates increased in the 1 990s among white, African American, and Hispanic high school students after declining rates in the 1970s and 1980s.
From the "Bloody Liturgy" in 1937, when riots by Orthodox Serbs protesting the Holy See's Concordat with the Kingdom of Yugoslavia killed hundreds, to the religious wars in the early 1 990s that claimed thousands of lives, history features prominent examples of hostility between Catholic Croats and Orthodox Serbs.
Witherspoon says the project has been a long-term development, beginning with completion of the first phase in the early 1 990s and progressing slowly as money became available.
Approximately 170 submarines built in the 1960s and 1970s reached the end of their service lives in the late 1 980s and early 1 990s and were retired.
Increased oversight of 501(c) organizations, including increased fines for inaccurate reporting on Form 990s.
While consumers once flocked to the Golden Arches for its tasty burgers and shakes, by the early 1 990s, the aging baby boomers, as well as twentysomethings, were becoming more interested in healthier diets than high-fat meals built around the Big Mac.
With welfare reform sending thousands of poor mothers to work since the late I 990s, the federal government and states have funneled millions toward child care, and the number of home providers getting state subsidies has exploded.
The metallocene resin/elastomer market was relatively dormant during most of the 1 990s, when most of the products were considered specialties and were generally expensive.
He surveys the evidence on acceleration in the rate of decline in leading edge semiconductor prices in the mid-I 990s and suggests that measured increases in historical rates of decline seem unlikely to persist.
In this example, IBM struggled to find its outsourcing 'sweet spot' during the 1 990s and suffered financially because of its lack of focus.
Falling prices were seen in the Dutch market, where the bubble is now bursting, as well as in Germany and Japan which have yet to recover from the bursting of property bubbles in the 1 990s.