State and Local Tax Policy Statement Regarding Statutes of Limitation
is missing data, particularly if a significant amount of data is missing.
51) The first American criminal statute of limitations
appeared in the Colony of Massachusetts in 1652.
provides that aggregate deductible contributions (including those subject to the separate 20% or 30% limitations
) cannot exceed 50% of AGI.
167/1958 is the fact that limitation
is currently a legal institution of private order.
We may define the limitation
period as the legally defined period of time during which the fiscal body must exercise its right of assessing tax liabilities or fines due to the civil law violations under the sanction of losing the right of assessing tax liabilities or fines due to the civil law violations and therefore, to lose the right to force the debtor to pay these liabilities
However, in the process evaluation phase, a final limitation
is discovered that will allow only a 20% production increase with reasonable return on investment.
And Congress enacted the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 (DCIA) as an amendment to the Debt Collection Act of 1982 (DCA), allowing the government to pursue "administrative offsets," or Social Security payments--but only within a 10-year statute of limitation
FIRMS THAT WISH TO EXCLUDE AN ENGAGEMENT from peer review must request a scope limitation
Since it is not active assistive, would that be coded as a functional limitation
Concerned about the increasing proportion of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation's (PBGC) operational and administrative budget that is outside the annual administrative expense limitation
, the Ranking Minority Member of the Senate Special Committee on Aging asked GAO to review PBGC's (1) application of the limitations
set forth in its appropriations in developing its budget estimates and (2) methodology for allocating and reporting its operational and administrative expenses falling under the statutory limitation