Question 3 asks whether an S corporation fails to be an eligible employer if it reimburses
the health insurance policy premiums of 2% shareholders who are employees.
Ryanair chief executive Michael O'Leary had sparked fury by saying he would only reimburse
travellers the original price of their air fare and no more.
Taking all this into account, the MSBA will reimburse
us approximately $21 million.
The rules will also oblige banks to reimburse
depositors whose savings were withdrawn with stolen bankbooks, the sources said.
The Government has been challenged to use a new Transport Bill to reimburse
the North-East for the millions of pounds lost through pensioners' bus passes.
However, there is no sunflower futures market, so to reimburse
farmers in the sunflower revenue assurance plan, the FCIC had been tying the prices to the soybean oil price on the Chicago Board of Trade.
The federal government and private drug plan sponsors will reimburse
states that have provided drug coverage to Medicare beneficiaries since the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit went into effect on Jan.
It is also used as a benchmark by some businesses and the government to reimburse
employees for mileage.
In Situation 2, Trust's governing instrument requires the trustee to reimburse
G, from Trust income or principal, for the amount of tax attributable to the inclusion of all, or part, of Trust's income in G's taxable income.
The employer must reimburse
the worker for the improper deduction and make a good-faith commitment to comply in the future.
In that decision, we sustained the protest because the agency improperly accepted a quotation that failed to comply with a material inspection and acceptance requirement, and recommended, among other things, that "the agency reimburse
CAMS the reasonable costs of filing and pursuing the protest, including attorney's fees.
NZNO IS increasingly being asked to reimburse
members for time spent in participating in NZNO activities.