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The rules ban auditor participation in tax-motivated transactions that the IRS has already identified as problematic, that must be kept secret or that do not meet the standard of having at least a 51% chance of being allowable, but also "preserve public companies' ability to look to the expertise of their auditor for garden-variety tax planning advice and compliance assistance.
And not your garden-variety New York City brand of evil, either, but something far more sinister.
These are the first clues that Sanders's novel is not going to be anywhere near being the garden-variety type.
We've come to expect that the garden-variety crook may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but fraudsters are supposed to be smarter, aren't they?
There's a little town on Spain's sunny Mediterranean coast that most American homosexuals (let alone garden-variety straights) have never heard of: Sitges (pronounced SEAT-jes).
While spectacular corporate fraud producing the bankruptcies of companies like Enron and WorldCom have grabbed headlines, a garden-variety business scam, the "bust-out," has been wreaking havoc for years at businesses without the resources--or commitment--to shut them down.
Many EPLI claims are still being handled by attorneys who may be experienced panel counsel for garden-variety insurance claims, but are not trained in the complexities of labor law.
But for those without gardens, there are rugs strewn with roses that are anything but garden-variety.
What we're seeing in the '00s is a garden-variety spending spree.
Lowenstein's very useful encounter with Milton's anti-Irish, anti-Catholic Observations upon the Articles of Peace with the Irish Rebels (1649) establishes the garden-variety anti-Irish, anti-Catholic rage of Milton's "most disturbing prose work" (193).
And this isn't just your garden-variety SCAB, the kind you get when you fall down and scrape your knees or elbows.
Much of this, of course, is your garden-variety "emergency" dictatorial powers that have plagued the history of the executive branch of governments.
Research often involves risks not associated with garden-variety clinical care.
That's what family physicians in West Yorkshire, England, reportedly are doing in a pilot program funded in part by Britain's National Health Service and a library charity Patients with garden-variety mental health complaints--the program is not intended for patients with severe psychiatric illnesses--are referred to a "bibliotherapisst" at a local library.
With the exception of four Green Party candidates, most people taking advantage of the system are still running as garden-variety Republicans and Democrats.