If the property is thus treated as a rental activity and the taxpayer is eligible to claim the special $25,000 rental real estate loss allowance, it may be beneficial for the taxpayer to monitor personal usage
closely to ensure such use does not exceed the 14-day/10%-of-rental-days test.
This is of particular importance since usage
of images is more prevalent in our society.
The whole idea is that if customers are charged for what they actually used instead of a fixed price tariff, they hope [building owners] will be more responsive to take actions, shop more competitively to mitigate risk and look at usage
patterns more carefully to reduce their load at the most expensive time," Wong said.
Your unit's monthly AMSS report consists of the Equipment Usage
and the Material Condition Status Report (MCSR) data.
According to an article in The IT Journal, "Utility Computing: Determining When the Prier is Right" by Martin Probst, utility computing generally falls into one of three models--pay per actual usage
, capacity on demand or pay per forecasted usage
Like the major usage
guides--such as The New York Public Library Writer's Guide to Style and Usage
, Webster's Dictionary of English Usage
, A Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage
, and the Harper Dictionary of Contemporary Usage
--Bryson rounds up the usual suspects:
In a second demonstration, the private company incorporated the NIST CPU usage
prediction models into the Active Virtual Network Management Prediction (AVNMP) system, a technology that predicts future load in a network.
Have DS maintenance reset the odometer to any value equal to or less than the equipment current usage
In the energy world, 2004 is shaping up to be much the same as last year, and the news translates into only one thing for building owners and managers--a tight market where monitoring usage
will be of prime importance.