For taxable interstate transactions, the concept of destination-based
sourcing has not caused significant controversy; most states and businesses recognize the practicality of sourcing sales and collecting tax based
on the situs of the purchaser or where the purchased items ultimately will be used.
As head of the White House Office of Faith-Based
and Community Initiatives, Towey advocated for greater public funding of religion-based
social services and for allowing those religious charities to hire and fire employees based
on their religious beliefs.
on these studies, it appears that modeling-based
college algebra experiences are a positive influence on students' attitudes.
representative from Monterey who served as President Clinton's chief of staff during the previous round of base closures, said the commission's decisions are supposed to be based
only on the facts, but that isn't always the case.
Each school sets its own application deadlines for campus-based
on the Level of funding it receives and the anticipated financial needs of their students.
on his photographs of "dugong trenches"--fissures in the sea grass left by feeding animals he concludes, "Henoko is the main feeding ground of the dugong.
As a follow-on activity to our Journal, we will be conducting a discussion forum in January based
on this edition using the authors as discussion leads.
Instructional content should be firmly based
in both subject knowledge and good instructional design.
These solutions allow the automatic migration of data to less expensive storage as it ages, based
on established policies.
On: Achievement in conventions or competitions
on the discussion at the March 18 workshop, the use of IAS at the subsidiary level will likely be widespread--at least for consolidation reporting purposes.
During this period, when many companies were executing leveraged buyouts, acquisitions and rollups, banks were delivering highly leveraged cash flow loans, which were based
on a multiple of the borrower's trailing earnings.