Itemized Statement

Itemized Statement

An invoice or other statement listing entries individually. For example, a grant writer who worked on three grants for a client may issue an itemized statement that lists each grant and the number of hours spent on it on a separate line. Itemized statements are considered more detailed and thus are usually preferred.
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Under the Omnibus Election Code, candidates are required to file a 'full, true and itemized statement of all contributions and expenditures in connection with the election' within 30 days after the election.
For example, Oklahoma's state law regarding pay stubs states that, "[w]ith each payment of wages earned by such employee, the employer shall issue to such employee a brief itemized statement of any and all deductions therefrom.
Section 14 of the Republic Act 7166 provides that all candidates are required to file their full, true and itemized statement of all contributions and expenditures in connection with the elections.
If you need to submit an itemized statement, be certain the following information is included:
It's such a win-win; family members can donate to the Woman's Exchange and know the money is going to benefit the arts community, and they'll get an itemized statement for their taxes.
226(a) continues to require employers to provide an itemized statement or paystub with timely wage payment that states gross wages, total hours worked and rates of pay for the hours of a nonexempt employee, all deductions, net wages earned, payroll period dates and other mandatory information.
Wage and hour law does require, however, that the payment of wages that are subject to withholding must be accompanied by an itemized statement of any deductions made.
If the statement lists "miscellaneous expenses," or provides only a summary of charges, ask for an itemized statement, Holtzman urges.
Ask for itemized bills: Hospitals and health care providers must legally provide, on request, an itemized statement detailing charges for specific procedures, supplies, tests, and services.
But even if taxpayers were to receive an annual itemized statement documenting every penny they paid in taxes over the course of the year, it would still fall short of what the federal government is actually costing them.
Is there an itemized statement including date of pickup, type of material, weight of material, price per unit weight?