compensation for labor

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Compensation for labor or personal services performed in the United States is treated as gross income from sources within the United States, and compensation for labor or personal services performed outside the United States is treated as gross income from sources without the United States (Secs.
The authors examine changes in compensation for labor and physical capital, as well as changes in the distribution of household income during two different periods of productivity growth, 1973-95 and 1996-2006, when annual productivity growth averaged 1.
In January 2005, the Supreme Court set a precedent saying such proceeds are compensation for labor and a part of salary.
Flanagan merely assumes that the average Atlantic reader will surely see just how evil is the act of offering someone less well off than you compensation for labor.
Pay differences across the retail industry reflect a number of factors, including compensation for labor in different segments, as well as the profitability--or margins--of a given segment," says Steven E.
Hourly compensation for labor has risen in each of the past four years, but productivity improvements have offset these costs, which means that unit labor costs have not changed over this time frame.
Proceeds from exercising them (stock options) are compensation for labor and service rendered and constitute salary income,'' said Justice Tokiyasu Fujita, who presided over the case at the Third Petty Bench of the court.
For example, according to Indiana Code [section] 6-3-2-2(a), AGI derived from sources within Indiana includes: (1) compensation for labor or services rendered in Indiana; (2) income from real or tangible personal property in Indiana; (3) income from doing business there; (4) income from conducting a wade or profession there; and (5) income from intangible property if the receipt from the intangible is attributable to Indiana.

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