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Assessable Payments under Employer Shared Responsibility
SourceGas' assessable revenue was $117 million, 17.
Accordingly, leased employees are not employees for the purposes of defining an applicable large employer or determining the number of employees when computing a recipient employer's assessable payment.
Form W-2 safe harbor: An employer will not be subject to an assessable payment with respect to a full-time employee if that employee's required contribution for the calendar year for the employer's lowest-cost, self-only coverage that provides minimum value does not exceed 9.
The controversy emerges with those disagreements about means that are, as Groll puts it, nonmedically assessable.
Whether this gain is considered to be assessable income or a capital gain is a complex area of tax law.
However, the pounds 20,000 premium will be partly assessable as income and partly as a capital gain based on a set formula.
The scholarly journals that publish these studies are an easily assessable yet underutilized source of examples for the classroom.
Recently, there has been a reorganization in the office where businesses have assessable personal property and fixtures of at least $10 million are being given 'carte blanch' to get what they want as far as revisions in assessed values.
All losses and outgoings to the extent to which they are incurred in gaining or producing the assessable income, or are necessarily incurred in carrying on a business for the purpose of gaining or producing such income, shall be allowable deductions except to the extent to which they are losses or outgoings of capital, or of a capital, private or domestic nature .
However, a reader may be frustrated by the fact that a variety of Stoic sources and analogues for specific passages are scattered through her text, so that the full weight of her evidence is not easily assessable.
All assessable insurers remit assessments directly to the trustee, bypassing the company entirely.