Nexus


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Nexus (of contracts)

A set or collection of something.

Nexus of Contracts

Any contract or other thing that is related to anything else, especially something that causes something else.
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In the context of sales and use taxes, at least with respect to mail order situations, the Court held that this substantial nexus standard is not met if the putative taxpayer lacks physical presence in the state.
The pricing for Apex Meridian and Nexus Premium has not yet been set.
Go back to HTC Nexus 9, go to Settings > Wi-Fi > Select the network name > Connect.
Several states have adopted the policy statement as their nexus standard, and certain other states follow it in practice.
The court found that such de minimis property ownership was insufficient to create nexus.
In conjunction with audits, and when cases reach the litigation stage, the Department has demonstrated some willingness to budge from the resident employee requirement and to accept, on a case-by-case basis, claims of nexus through regular and continuous solicitation by nonresident employees.
Warren Savage, IPextreme CEO, commented, "We're pleased to again partner with Freescale to expand our IP offerings to include the Nexus 5001 technology.
Generally, the risk of a state asserting nexus on an ISC that limits its activities in the state to Internet access and transactions is relatively small.
The court reviewed the twin nexus requirements: (1) connection between the taxpayer and the taxing state, and (2) connection between the income sought to be taxed and the state.
We received overwhelming positive feedback from the attendees," said Robert Usner, director of Marketing, Product Management and Quality Assurance for Nexus Software.
In affirming the Maryland Tax Court, it was determined that the affiliated entities, with no physical presence in the state, do not have unitary or economic nexus in Maryland.