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Dating

Credit extension beyond normal terms of a credit supplier.

Dating

The extension of credit by a bank to a customer for a longer-than-normal period of time.
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Stated simply, TEI does not believe the statutory provision (or its legislative history) mandates an abandonment of published rulings providing that such expenses are accrued as of the lien (or personal liability) date or the assessment date.
6611(e) was enacted in 1954 and amended in 1966 to cover returns filed after the original due date.
They may then choose a desired date range from an onscreen calendar, and in less than 60 seconds, receive a comprehensive hard copy summary of all reported incidents occurring within an association's geographic boundaries.
Before the financial statement date, management having the appropriate level of authority to involuntarily terminate employees approves and commits the enterprise to the termination plan and establishes which benefits current employees will receive on termination.
A description of the major actions in the exit, termination or relocation plan; acquired activities that win not be continued (including the method of disposition) and the anticipated date of completion; and a description of employee groups to be terminated (relocated).
The thorium technique, which can date only limited types of materials, will not replace the carbon 14 method -- which is widely applicable for times as far back as 40,000 years ago.
The principal concerns, therefore, become determining the amount on which interest is to be computed and the beginning date and ending date of the interest period.
a) the present value on the applicable payment date for the tender of Notes of (i) $1,044.
Situation 1: A deficiency notice is issued on or after Date 1 and before the termination of the automatic stay on Date 2.
Perfect candidates for the new generation of dating service, the kind that uses low-tech yentas, not high-tech computers, to set up dates.
The issue is how to determine the tax effect of a retroactive change in enacted tax rates that is included in income from continuing operations for the period that includes the enactment date of the retroactive change.