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PC

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, which separated into several territories and independent countries. This was the code used in international transactions to and from bank accounts in the trust territory.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. This was used as an international standard for shipping to the trust territory.

In both cases, the code is obsolete.

PC

see PERSONAL COMPUTER.
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There is no directive in Proc. 572 to apprehend him at all cost.
Proc. 2003-43 within 24 months of the original due date for the S corporation election.
Proc. 81-70 "impossible" and, therefore, taxpayers are not complying with its requirements.
Proc. 93-19 provides that not more than 20 percent of the voting power of the qualified user's governing body may be vested in the service provider and its officers, directors, shareholders, or employees.
for relief or is denied relief under Rev Proc. 2013-30 may seek relief by requesting a PLR.
Proc. 2004-40 modifies the process to uniformly require more updating during the process, through annual TPM calculations, annual updates of comparables data upon request, and overall factual up-dates at several key points in the process and on request.
Proc. 2011-18 generally allows a taxpayer to change its method of accounting to the Rev.
Proc. 2009-41 is the exclusive means for obtaining relief for a late entity classification election and is in lieu of the letter ruling process used to obtain relief for late elections under Regs.
Proc. 81-70 and whether sampling procedures used by taxpayers have in all events been proper.
Proc. 2011-17 provides a safe-harbor method of accounting for the treatment of gift cards issued to customers in exchange for returned merchandise.
Proc. 2009-39 continues the IRS's trend of expanding the number of accounting method changes that taxpayers may make automatically as long as certain procedures are followed.