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For example, legal fees incurred for the recovery of royalty income may be fully deductible regardless of the treatment of miscellaneous deductions under the alternative minimum tax (AMT).
women have earned their place in the spotlight, regardless of Saturday's final outcome.
Infor continues to provide asset management solutions for enterprising companies of all sizes regardless of the number of users or sites, and regardless of the need for onsite or hosted implementations.
Under an agreement with that government, the corporation agreed to pay Indonesian taxes as indicated in the agreement, regardless of subsequent changes to Indonesian tax law or changes under the U.
As Bisceglie quickly discovered, any suggestion to Kaczynski that he's mentally ill - regardless of its protective intentions - completely shatters his ego.
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If a taxpayer has one or more regular work locations away from his residence, he may deduct daily transportation expenses incurred on trips between his residence and a temporary work location in the same trade or business, regardless of the distance.
Michael Wald, director of San Francisco's Department of Human Services, said Wednesday that his department also would continue to provide services to abused and neglected children regardless of their legal status.
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If employment at a work location is realistically expected to last for more than one year or there is no realistic expectation the employment will last for one year or less, the employment is not temporary, regardless of whether it actually exceeds one year.
By supporting LAN, WLAN, WAN and client VPN modes of access, Lockdown Enforcer provides a consistent experience for users accessing the network, regardless of access method, device type or location.
In Allen (4/20/99), the Fourth Circuit held that an individual taxpayer may not deduct income tax deficiency interest, regardless of the source of the income causing the deficiency.