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Synonyms for file

Synonyms for file

a group of people or things arranged in a row

Synonyms for file

a set of related records (either written or electronic) kept together

a line of persons or things ranged one behind the other

office furniture consisting of a container for keeping papers in order

a steel hand tool with small sharp teeth on some or all of its surfaces

record in a public office or in a court of law

smooth with a file

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proceed in line

file a formal charge against

place in a container for keeping records


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Nonfiling penalties: Exempt organizations required to e-file (based on the above rules), but that do not, are deemed not to have filed a return, even if a paper return is submitted; see Temp.
2896, the American Jobs Creation Act of 2003, filed with the Senate Committee on Finance, and the House Committee on Ways and Means (3/10/04).
Though denials are rare, the IRS says, there are circumstances when approval is not granted, such as whether the background check yields a report from the FBI, if you owe money to the IRS or if you haven't filed all of your taxes.
The first and second quarterly returns must be filed on separate quarterly return forms, NYC-CRQ, for each quarter.
When filed via EDGAR, that traditional document has to be stripped of typeset codes and translated into an electronic format, you have to add appropriate tagging and identification numbers to the file, and then you have to transmit the document.
Example: In your NEXT WEEK folder is a draft of an article for the employee newsletter on the value of the company's benefits plan, with this Post-It note: The handbook itself is filed in a hanging file inside a file drawer, under a section headed "Employee Info.
882(c)(2), which allows deductions only if a return is filed in the "manner" prescribed in subtitle F, does not imply a timely filing requirement.
A fine of $50 per eligible return not filed electronically will be assessed for those who chose to ignore the requirement.
IRS records to ensure all individual and business returns are filed, all payments are up-to-date and there aren't any fraud or preparer penalties.
The program has grown rapidly--from 25,000 electronically filed individual returns in 1986 to nearly 12.
6081-3T does not change the rules for filing extensions for corporate income tax returns; rather, it expands the scope of formerly titled Form 7004, Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File Corporation Income Tax Return, from just corporate taxpayers, to partnerships, real estate mortgage investment conduits, certain trusts that previously filed Form 8736 (now made obsolete) and taxpayers that previously requested additional time to file certain excise, income, information and other returns by submitting Form 2758 (now made obsolete).
We correspond via e-mail, often with reports, schedules, meeting notices, and policies as electronic attachments, all of which are filed electronically.
Tax returns can be filed electronically in two ways: directly to one of three IRS centers (in Andover, Massachusetts; Cincinnati, Ohio; or Ogden, Utah) or indirectly, through several private communications service vendors known as third-party transmitters.
Tax Year 2005 Directions provides taxpayers with a specific list of forms (or portions thereof) allowed to be filed in .