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the entering of a legal document into the public record

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a fragment rubbed off by the use of a file

the act of using a file (as in shaping or smoothing an object)

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preservation and methodical arrangement as of documents and papers etc.

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With sophisticated technology the norm in the business world today, e-filing (which can be done up to, and including, midnight of a return's extended due date) provides a secure way for a taxpayer to satisfy its annual filing obligation, while reducing the return's data error rate significantly.
Although the annual RPIE filing requirement continues to be a subject of contention among many in the real estate industry, City officials are firm in their belief that the information garnered from the hundreds of thousands of financial statements submitted to Finance is essential in deriving fair and equitable assessments of property in New York City.
The newest program makes filing business returns simpler, more efficient and less paper-intensive--and makes the above scenario a reality.
Active Filing for Business Records explores the records management concepts, principles, processes, and considerations in developing, implementing, and maintaining effective active file systems.
The Franchise Tax Board predicts that the move will reduce the state's annual tax filing costs by $50 million, and anticipates more than two million additional e-file returns next year.
Electronic filing is the wave of the future, and the IRS wants to give as many people as possible the opportunity to participate in this innovative new way of doing business.
Some companies will elect to "EDGARize" and file in-house; others will use a filing agent.
Fear of filing includes many smaller fears, such as fear of not knowing how to organize files; fear of setting up an elaborate system but still not being able to find things; and fear of pulling papers out of files and then not knowing where to replace them.
a leading provider of information and litigation support technology and services, today announced it has strategically expanded LexisNexis([R]) File & Serve capabilities to provide attorneys the first and only one-stop online destination enabling attorneys to execute paper filing, paper service, service of process, electronic filing and electronic service.
It was found not to include a timely filing requirement in the case of Angloo-Am.
Encourage competition in the private sector to increase electronic filing of tax returns.
Any such filings and payments will be considered timely and no late filing or late payment penalties will be imposed.
The Court instituted electronic filing for asbestos cases on a limited basis with File & Serve in 1998, and decided to expand its use of the technology based on the success of the project.
Although this filing anomaly existed under prior regulations, when the passthrough entity received an extension to file to a date on or after the extended due date for the passthrough interest holder, the new, automatic six-month extension may cause this to happen with more frequency.