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capable of being governed

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capable of being administered or managed

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(7) To that end, we urged Treasury and the IRS to adopt appropriate, administrable scope limitations to lessen the inordinate compliance burden that the Documentation Requirements impose on taxpayers.
Replying to a question regarding dividing Southern Punjab into 11 administrable (manageable) districts, he strongly lambasted elements trying to take a political mileage over the issue, while during their 5-year rule these very elements, managed a mere developmental allocation of Rs.
Controlled services: The final regulations adopt the services cost method described in the temporary regulations, which is meant to provide a practical and administrable method of identifying low-margin services.
After working with congressional officials for more than eight years on expatriation taxation, the AICPA stated that the new rules signed into law in June are more administrable and simpler than originally proposed.
As such rules emerge, certain government defenses to nonestablishment claims come to fail not because they lack merit relative to the nonestablishment values that the categorical rule is meant to serve, but because they are judicially "unworkable" or "inadministrable." An important question thus arises from Greenawalt's analysis of the establishment clause and fairness: In a totality-of-the-circumstances approach to establishment clause claims, are government defenses systematically less judicially workable or administrable than establishment clause claims?
The six reporting matrices discussed are: (1) observed scores on a particular administrable test form; (2) true scores on a particular administrable test form; (3) observed scores on a particular synthetic test form; (4) true scores on a particular synthetic test form; (5) point estimates on a latent variable scale; and (6) latent variable scales themselves.
The most we can say is that Congress intended the tax provisions to be both efficiently administrable and fair, and that this case reveals the tension that sometimes exists when Congress seeks to meet those twin aims."
Affirming what he called the "long and productive relationship" between the Treasury Deparment and the accounting profession, Samuels said, "I hope you'll continue to provide your thoughtful and balanced comments as we work to provide necessary and, I hope, user-friendly tax guidance that will make the laws administrable and workable for all."
US-based Keryx Biopharmaceuticals has received a new patent for orally administrable forms of Zerenex prepared from ferric citrate having a BET active surface area greater than about 16sq m/g, from the US Patent and Trademark Office, it was reported yesterday.
The overarching goal of the forums is to make the VAT system in Europe more administrable.
The expat provision is similar to (but has been improved and is more administrable than) the expat provision in a prior bill, H.R.
Hegt said that the Alternative Minimum Tax should be eliminated; that a more objective test needs to be implemented to determine whether workers are classified as employees or independent contractors; that objective, administrable tests relating to the capitalization, expensing and recovery of capitalized costs need to be developed; that capital gains rules need to be simplified; and that estimated tax safe harbors should be rationalized.
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