We used these data to estimate logistic regression models and evaluate the relation between the actual readmission penalty assessed to a given hospital and the themes that are related to the size of the penalty
and the reaction of the hospital to the penalty
period now runs from December 2007 through September 2008--10 months, based on the gift of $100,000 made in June 2006.
avoidance threshold would rise from "substantial authority" to "more likely than not" even for non-reportable transactions that are not disclosed.
To treat customers equally, Con Edison is proposing that the penalty
cost be imposed across the board, even if the boiler is down for servicing.
20) The penalty
will be increased for a failure to disclose a listed transaction to $30,000 for each occurrence.
Although Japanese taxpayers are not required to maintain documentation, a penalty of 10 percent of the additional tax due may be imposed if an adjustment is made, and the penalty
is increased to 15 percent if the additional tax due is more than 500,000 yen or more than the amount of tax paid on the original return -- whichever is greater.
Under prior law, the penalty
could be abated when it was determined that the failure to pay the tax was due to reasonable cause and not due to willful neglect.
For other reportable transactions, the penalty
can be rescinded only by IRS authority (which cannot be reviewed by a court).
For corporate taxpayers, the penalty
is $200,000 for so-called listed transactions (LTs), including transactions "substantially similar" to a listed transaction; and $50,000 for all other RT categories.