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Synonyms for faith

Synonyms for faith

absolute certainty in the trustworthiness of another

mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something

a system of religious belief

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

Synonyms for faith

a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny

complete confidence in a person or plan etc


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loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person

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6662-5(j)(5)(i) provides that the determination whether a taxpayer acted with reasonable cause and in good faith is made by taking into account all relevant facts and circumstances.
In language almost identical to that used in section 6664(c)'s reasonable cause exception, Congress provided in section 6662(e)(3)(B)(i) that the dollar threshold does not apply to any adjustment due to "any redetermination of a price if it is shown that there was a reasonable cause for the taxpayer's determination of such price and that the taxpayer acted in good faith with respect to such price.
The bill provides that no penalty is to be imposed if it is shown that there was reasonable cause for an underpayment and the taxpayer acted in good faith.
Only if the insured/claimant has satisfied these requirements should it be able to assert it acted in good faith.
A) The insured/claimant must establish it acted in good faith in attempting to settle the claim by:
8) Undoubtedly, the insurer is required to discharge its duty in good faith.
The jurisdictions that have considered whether to permit such a recovery recognize the tension between the insurer's duty to act in good faith toward its insured in defending against a third party claim involving punitive damages and the public policy that punitive damages should be absorbed by the wrongdoer without the benefit of insurance protection.
On the waiver issue, the Tax Court agreed with the Service that the Fishers did not have reasonable cause and did not act in good faith with respect to the commissions deduction.
To effectuate legislative intent, the regulations should provide that, in determining whether a taxpayer is entitled to relief under the reasonable cause exception, due weight shall be accorded to the complexity of the rules with which the taxpayer must grapple, as well as to the operational constraints under which taxpayers -- striving in good faith to comply with the tax laws -- must operate.
6664-4(b) be expanded to provide that the taxpayer will be presumed to have acted with reasonable cause and in good faith.
Rather, the requirement is that it attempt in good faith to settle a claim when, under all the circumstances, it could and should have done so, had it acted fairly and honestly toward its insureds with due regard for the insured's interests.
The determination of whether a corporate taxpayer acted with reasonable cause and in good faith under Sec.
For either a noncorporate or corporate taxpayer to rely in good faith on advice of a tax adviser, the advice must be based on all material facts and circumstances, including, for example, the taxpayer's purposes for entering into the transaction and for structuring the transaction in a particular manner; it must also be based on the law as it relates to the actual facts.