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not organized and maintained as a legal corporation

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The UBT is imposed on any individual or unincorporated entity [including a limited liability company (LLC) electing to be treated as a partnership] engaged in any trade, business, profession, or occupation wholly or partly carried on within New York City.
8 percent growth from 2000 to 2012, which accounts for all self-employment growth from 2000 and 2012 as unincorporated employment decreased by 6.
For the first six months of 2011, lack of construction accounted for a decline in taxable revenue of $650,000 in Cashmere, $978,000 in Chelan, $2,742,000 in Leavenworth, $23,242,000 in Wenatchee and $600,000 in the unincorporated county.
13) The Eleventh Circuit held that the citizenship of each member of Lloyd's must be determined, as Supreme Court precedent strongly suggested upon the determination of the citizenship of all forms of unincorporated entities.
It said that anyone depositing money with such unincorporated bodies as M/s Forex Achievements, would be doing so at their own risk.
In a recent case, the president of an unincorporated rugby club was taken to court and held to be responsible for pounds 147,000 of unpaid building costs incurred by the club.
Antoinette Christovale, director of the Los Angeles City Office of Finance, said the city, under its municipal code, can tax businesses located in unincorporated county communities that are engaged in business in the city.
This study further explores small business owners' credit card use by comparing the proportions of incorporated and unincorporated business owners with credit card debt.
2(]04-59 explains the tax treatment when an unincorporated state law entity classified as a partnership for Federal tax purposes converts to a state law corporation under a state statute that does not require an actual transfer of the unincorporated entity's assets or interests (a state formless conversion statute).
This paper focuses upon the rate, form and location of fringe developments in British Columbia's unincorporated areas.
The Internal Revenue Service's taxpayer advocate is urging Congress to simplify tax rules for married couples who jointly own an unincorporated business.
Also called an unincorporated business organization, a pure trust or a constitutional trust, it makes it appear that the taxpayer has given up control of his or her business.
Estates, testamentary trusts and unincorporated businesses may have a non-calendar fiscal year-end (i.
Items such as income taxes, commercial rent and occupancy tax, unincorporated business tax and certain hotel taxes are only granted to New York City.
A low rate flat tax would be imposed on the gross profit of each incorporated and unincorporated business.