hardship


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something that obstructs progress and requires great effort to overcome

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If your business rate bill increased last year and is contributing towards financial hardship, you may qualify for the council's business rates relief scheme.
In the meantime, if a levy creates a hardship, the IRS has agreed to work with the taxpayer and review the levy, and in some cases, release it.
Auditors should ask plan trustees if they are aware that the participant took the hardship distribution.
A hardship exists if a taxpayer is unable to pay reasonable basic living expenses.
She also sought to clear up confusion about the hardship exemptions.
Similar percentages apply to provisions for a hardship withdrawal.
Until the appeals are withdrawn, the councillors' protestations of sympathy with those facing hardship are just crocodile tears.
You are entitled to argue exceptional hardship and I would urge you to contact me immediately when I will be able to establish whether it is likely exceptional hardship would be found by the court so as to permit you to retain your driving licence but of course you would have 12 points endorsed on your licence and you would be prohibited from arguing the same exceptional hardship in the next 3 years.
HALF of the local authorities in Wales did not issue any business rates hardship relief in the past three years, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in Wales.
A taxpayer whose policy was canceled for any reason and who feels that procuring a different policy is unaffordable may now apply for a hardship exemption on the grounds that it is more expensive to buy a different plan.
MPs warn of benefits hardship By Torcuil Crichton t.
On-the-job access to your 401(k) typically falls into one of two categories: loans and hardship withdrawals.
However you can argue that a ban from driving would cause exceptional hardship.
of Tulane University, New Orleans, and colleagues studied 4,865 women who experienced at least one hardship during childhood and had at least one live birth by age 41.