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Residence

The place where a person lives most of the time. A residence may be eligible for certain tax breaks. For example, one may be able to write off the interest on a mortgage on a primary residence. Various rules exist to determine what constitutes one's residence for tax purposes.

residence

The place where one lives.

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The initial intent of the foreign resident in establishing a facility controls in determining whether the facility will be fixed - i.e., when a place of business is initially established with an intent of indefinite duration, it may constitute a permanent establishment even though it actually exists for a very short period of time because of an unexpected and premature termination.
In this scenario, the professional has advised the proxy implicitly to not consider the resident's wishes, thereby failing to respect the resident's autonomy.
Facilities that serve residents with different values will develop and sustain facility practices that embrace the respective values of their residents, while maximizing opportunities for individual resident preferences.
This exclusion applies only to a non-U.S.-citizen, Canadian resident whose worldwide gross estate is $1.2 million or less.
First consider two key questions: 1) How and when--specifically--should you facilitate a resident's move to a higher level of care?
In January 2001, an 87-year-old female resident of the same long-term care facility was transported to hospital with lever (index case-patient 2), and GAS was isolated from blood cultures drawn at admission.
For example, as with the Part XIII tax on software royalties, the Department should eliminate the withholding tax for service providers resident in designated treaty countries.
Wiggins knows the CAC can't stop buildings from coming down, but it has successfully pressured the CHA to listen to resident concerns.
The Internal Revenue Code treats an individual as a resident alien if he or she meets one of three tests.
"It's paramilitary," one surgical resident told me.
These staff members begin contacting employers and, following a thorough job analysis, match the resident to a job.
These projects attracted a large majority of residents from New York's lower East side and, when they moved in, most were near retirement age - somewhere between 50 and 65.

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