Receipts


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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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He merely asked his friends to come and help him drink some, of a remarkable fine quality and rich flavour, that he had ordered up from the city a couple of months ago, and of which he would be in the receipt upon the morrow.
Then she remembered business again, and returned to her receipt.
Ye don't get the letter, young madam, without the receipt.
The paper in question acknowledged the receipt of a valuable of great price which Mr.
in the opinion of the bankers) looked the receipt over before they attempted to make use of it, and had given them the necessary warning in good time.
Bardell said this, she applied her handkerchief to her eyes, and went out of the room to get the receipt.
Renaissance Construction "), pursuant to the provisions of Section 4, paragraphs 1 and 3, Section 16, paragraph 1 and Section 17, paragraph 1 of the Netherlands Decree in Public Takeover Bids (Besluit openbare biedingen Wft, (the " Takeover Decree ") in connection with the recommended public offer for all the issued and outstanding depositary receipts of ordinary shares in the capital of Ballast Nedam (the " Depositary Receipts ").
At the current pace of e-receipt selection our customers are saving nearly 100 receipts a minute.
Cyprus indirect tax receipts for January 2010 excluding VAT continued to decline, with the January decline at 13% year-on-year to EUR 27.
This has caused some states to explore new tax systems, such as subjecting flowthrough entities to corporate franchise taxes or establishing a gross receipts tax.
5) Domestic production gross receipts are generally defined as the gross receipts of the taxpayer which are derived from:
Second, after subdividing gross receipts between qualifying and non-qualifying sources, each member must assign its Cost of Goods Sold to such revenue sources.