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Names of the senior businessmen were announced in the list of advisory committee members by the federal tax ombudsman under section 18 of the Federal Tax Ombudsman Ordinance, 2000.
Later, Federal Tax Ombudsman Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera called on President Mamnoon Hussain.
The leading academic treatments of the relationship between the federal and state revenue systems--and there have not been very many (13)--provide vital theoretical insights but only limited pragmatic guidance to federal tax policymakers.
GAO selected 25 Medicaid providers with high federal tax debt as case studies for more in-depth investigation of the extent and nature of abuse and related criminal activity.
4 cents per gallon federal tax, unchanged in more than 10 years, essentially pays for the upkeep and expansion of the federal highway system.
Batch software allows tax preparers to make large numbers of federal tax payments on behalf of clients with the single click of a mouse using Treasury's EFTPS program.
A federal tax issue is significant if the IRS has a reasonable basis for a successful challenge and its resolution could have a significant impact, whether beneficial or adverse, on the overall federal tax treatment of the transaction(s) or matter(s) addressed in the opinion (i.
The issue of the continuance of federal tax credits was raised by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) at Canada's mines ministers' annual conference in New Brunswick last September.
Practitioners must not assume favorable resolution of any significant Federal tax issue except as provided in Section 10.
That is what one local official told the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform.
On November 28, 2000, during the IRS examination of Clause's original tax return, his accountant, acting under a power of attorney, filed an amended federal tax return for 1996 reporting a $121,807 gain, based on the amount Clause had not reinvested in qualified replacement property.
I believe this is intervention in a political campaign on behalf of a candidate in clear violation of federal tax law.
Although federal tax rates are down both the state and the city have increased taxes.
Since the 1920s, states have linked their estate tax formulas to a tax credit in the federal tax code.
The income tax was placed at the core of the federal tax system by the Internal Revenue Act of 1954.
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