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entity

A legally created person as opposed to a natural person.May include corporations,partnerships, limited liability companies, associations, joint ventures, real estate investment trusts (REITs), and traditional trusts.

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The ERC, for example, determined that the four Chinese entities had "engaged in or enabled efforts to acquire advanced U.S.
Over 94,000 physical persons or 88% of all registered entities are engaged in tourism industry.
The sectors with the highest share in the structure of business entities were: Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles with 27 468 entities or 37.6 percent and Manufacturing with 8 155 entities or 11.2 percent, whereas the least represented were the sectors Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply with 98 entities or 0.1 percent and Mining and quarrying with 176 entities or 0.2 percent.
Entities are determined to be investment companies under Accounting Standards Codification (ASC) Topic 946.
Default Rule for Existing Domestic or Foreign Entities
A reporting entity could include multiple legal entities, it could be just a portion of a legal entity, or it might not be organized as a legal entity at all.
Disclosure requirements have been revised for nonpublic entities.
In considering alter ego liability, courts generally look at factors such as (1) inadequate capitalization in the purported controlled entity; (2) the entities' failure to observe corporate formalities; (3) commingling of funds by the entities; (4) the absence of corporate records; and (5) the failure to maintain arm's-length relationships among the entities.
The variety of post-employment benefit plans that entities have adopted is mind-boggling.
(NRAI), which can: 1) establish new entities in full compliance with government regulations; 2) provide ongoing annual entity-management services; 3) offer nominal officers, members and directors; and 4) provide the registered agent and registered office for such entities.
Rather than limiting the potential of the entities, why not take fuller advantage of this financial model by leveraging opportunities for creating additional revenue streams without losing focus on the core purpose for these entities (namely, their ability to supply products and services without competing with the commercial sector).
Similar to the current rules, however, the proposed regulations provide that a domestic corporation can own a separate unit indirectly through both hybrid and non-hybrid entities.