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being two identical

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In the first year of the matching program, the IRS processed more than 18 million tax-year (TY) 2000 Schedules K-1.
Once the matching DOT number was found, the computer would follow the appropriate computer pointer (arrow) embedded in the array to the tree node containing Firefighter (see Figure 3).
When fully operational, the TIN Matching Program may be used by payers, electronic return originators, tax preparers, governments and individuals holding powers of attorney whose registration has been accepted by the IRS.
PolyOne also expanded its color communication and matching capabilities by simulating more than 4 million colors for its OnColor Virtual Color Technology (VCT) system--a significant upgrade from the previous 50,000 colors available on the system.
The duo set out to examine whether there was any statistical basis to bullet-lead matching. The metallurgists contacted two lead smelters that supply ammunition manufacturers in the United States and pored over the smelters' production data.
If an employer elects to make a safe-harbor matching contribution, it must be no less than 100% of the first 3% of an employee's deferred compensation, plus an additional 50% match on the next 2% of the employee's deferred compensation.
The Tax Court appears to have attached a strict matching requirement to the accrual method, which appears inconsistent with Sec.
Color matching for polymers such as LLDPE, PP, PS, ABS, and SAN in blown film injection molding, sheet, profile extrusion, and blow molding.
401(k)(12) provides that, if an employer makes either (1) a nonelective contribution of 3% of compensation for all eligible non-HCEs (regardless of whether they make elective contributions) or (2) non-discretionary matching contributions of 100% of the first 3% of employee elective contributions and 50% of the next 2%, the safe harbor is met for the cash or deferred portion of the plan.
The new findings, however, "challenge the notion that patient-treatment matching is necessary in alcoholism treatment," states Enoch Gordis, director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) in Bethesda, Md.
The IRS has issued proposed and temporary regulations that provide for the establishment of a taxpayer identification number (TIN) matching program (TD 8523).
Chroma-Tek liquid color dispersions for thermosets include masstones and custom color matching in monomer-free reactive unsaturated polyesters, epoxies, and urethanes.
That a computer which relies largely on speedily checking the consequences of billions of possible moves could come so close to matching the human capabilities required to play the game at its highest level was a striking achievement for the team that des igned, built, and programmed Deep Blue.
Recent IRS letter rulings indicate that this qualified replacement plan can be a matching contribution plan, encouraging workers to save for their own retirement in order to receive a benefit.
Chroma-Tek liquid color dispersions for themosets include masstones and custom color matching in monomer-free reactive unsaturated polyesters, epoxies, and urethanes.