To avoid assuming
risk blindly, increase your organization's awareness of the "red flag" language.
the Canadian taxpayer carries out qualifying SR&ED activities, incurs the costs related to those activities in Canada, has an unfettered right to any benefit arising from the project, and ultimately does benefit from the results of the joint SR&ED project, will Revenue Canada confirm that the Canadian taxpayer may claim the ITCs related to eligible SR&ED expenditures incurred in Canada even though --
The cost of assuming
the debt (higher interest rate, shorter maturity, more collateral or covenants and assumption fees).
In unpublished research related to the Japanese results, Ellsworth and a colleague find that Chinese undergraduates have no difficulty in describing how a group of cartoon fish feels in various situations, such as assuming
that the group is angry when one fish departs.
In addition, a later analysis (13) claiming to confirm the impact of age on risk for infection did so only by assuming
that age had no influence on subsequent risk for death.
It reasoned the reduction in sales price to compensate the buyer for assuming
the liability came out of the seller's pocket.
If your staff has been applying chemicals to control pests at camp, you have been assuming
these risks blindly This represents a significant gap in your risk transfer plan.
The Kirchhoff and Rayleigh-Sommerfeld integral equations (1) and (2) are alternative forms of the theorem of Helmholtz (5), which expresses Huygens' principle in terms of a scalar wave function U and its normal derivatives without assuming
specific attributes of this function, except that it is continuous and twice differentiable with continuous derivatives and obeys the homogeneous wave equation,
In addition, assuming
some of these liabilities generate deductions for the seller in the income tax return that includes the sale, as well as basis in the assets the buyer receives.
The Senate version of the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998 included proposed new section 357(c)(4), which would provide that in the case of the transfer of property subject to a nonrecourse liability, the transferee is treated as assuming
with respect to each property only a "ratable portion" of the liability.
In order to reach these [TABULAR DATA OMITTED] incredibly low numbers, Yellen boldly asserted that "the net costs of our policies to reduce emissions are likely to be small, assuming
those reductions are undertaken in an efficient manner and we are successful in securing meaningful developing-country participation as well as effective international trading.
I am assuming
nothing, boys,'' coach Bill Parcells says of the changes he has made this training camp.
If the FASB is correct in assuming
reasonably priced option-pricing and matrix-pricing models are available in the marketplace, do those models correctly evaluate all intrinsic values according to this ED?
If A is treated as a corporation, and assuming