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verb bank on, be confident, be dependent on, believe in, confide, count upon, depend, feel sure, have confidence in, have faith in, lean on, look to, place trust in, put confidence in, put faith in, rely on, trust
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Reasonable reliance occurs when (1) the adviser has sufficient expertise to justify reliance, (2) the taxpayer provides necessary and accurate information to the adviser and (3) the taxpayer actually relies in good faith on the adviser's judgment.
Report distortion from cookie rejection is much greater if the web analytics solution heavily relies on cookies for purchase histories or campaign responses, or as the solution's only method to sessionize visits.
WHO RELIES ON YOU THE MOST AND WHO YOU RELY ON: ``I rely on my grandchildren, and I think Jean Kidd (one of the volunteers) relies on me.
Obviously, the more complex the issue on which the taxpayer relies on the practitioner's advice, the better the chances that a reasonable cause exception could apply.
Security Innovation's global customer base relies on the company's unparalleled security expertise in systematically analyzing the highly complex and layered applications dominating today's IT environments for possible sources of security vulnerabilities.
WHO RELIES ON YOU THE MOST AND WHO YOU RELY ON: ``I rely on Bruce Davidson, the president of PALS, because he is a fine leader and gives me a lot of support.
Finally, the most recent ruling to confer grantor trust status on a GRAT (Letter Ruling 9525032) relies on the grantor's retained power to borrow trust corpus or income, directly or indirectly, without security.
Nearly every major device, platform and application vendor relies on digital certificates in some way to secure communications and access.
WHO RELIES ON YOU THE MOST AND WHO YOU RELY ON: ``I rely on my 22-year-old son, Gregory, all the time, and he relies on me.
6662, a noncorporate taxpayer is considered to reasonably believe that the tax treatment of an item is more likely than not proper if the taxpayer analyzes the pertinent facts and authorities and reasonably concludes in good faith that there is a greater-than-50% likelihood that the tax treatment of the item will be upheld if challenged by the Service, or if the taxpayer reasonably relies in good faith on the opinion of a professional tax adviser who has unambiguously stated that he has concluded that there is a greater-than-50% likelihood that the tax treatment of the item will be upheld if challenged.
WHO RELIES ON YOU THE MOST AND WHO YOU RELY ON: ``My life is centered on Christ and I rely on him for my strength.
DealByNet (DBN) is the company's grocery logistics model that relies on a web based procurement model for the purchase of name brands grocery and Health and Beauty Aids (HBA) products and their further resale to traditional customers utilizing the logistics and networking advantages of the Internet.