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Receipts

Funds collected from selling land, capital, or services, as well as collections from the public (budget receipts), such as taxes, fines, duties, and fees.
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Depositary Receipt Holders who tender their Depositary Receipts during the Post-Closing Acceptance Period shall not have the right to withdraw such tendered Depositary Receipts.
However, not misusing drugs or alcohol during the six months before and after a delivery was positively associated with receipt of antiretroviral treatment (2.
Accounting departments can quickly review online receipts without having to locate the paper documents, saving resources and speeding up the accounting and auditing processes, 170 Systems says.
And, guests who discover they need additional gift receipts can simply bring their original receipt to any Target store nationwide within 90 days of the purchase to get receipts printed for any item.
Most merchants will not issue refunds without a receipt.
Our next-generation Digital Receipt Solutions extend our lead in the secure e-Transaction infrastructure marketplace, and provide customers with the missing link they need to build confidence and trust in end-to-end e-commerce.
174, says a mere promise to pay, not represented by notes or secured in any way, does not constitute receipt of income within the meaning of the cash receipts and disbursements method of accounting.
Consumers keep track of all receipts through Receipt Assurance eliminating the need to access a digital file attached to an email.
We are excited that the Sun-Netscape Alliance has chosen Receipt.
The goods receipt date is used as the basis for taking discounts and determining the due date of the payment.
This is because the interest revenue added and insurance expense deducted in computing net income do not in this case involve a cash receipt or expenditure.