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Any expenses it bore conferred taxable benefits to the relocating employees, in which ordinary deductions were available under Sec.
Air Liquide America is relocating its corporate center to Houston, TX.
An individual who sells a principal residence when relocating outside the United States may have up to four years to purchase (or build) and occupy a new principal residence to defer the gain on the former residence's sale; the normal 24-month period for investing in a new home may be frozen for up to two years after the date of the former residence's sale.
Such permits generally provide that if the pipeline interferes with the use of the right-of-way, the permit holder is responsible for any costs associated with relocating the pipeline.
The bank is expanding and relocating from 125 West 55th Street.
The Pentagon maintains that relocating all of Point Mugu's weapons research development, testing and evaluation systems - the largest portion of the naval base - to Ridgecrest would save $433 million after a one-time cost of $343.
According to Thonis, Verizon will begin relocating roughly 1500 of its employees at 1095 to 140 West Street by the end of 2005.
However, Quigley and other environmentalists, including the Santa Clarita Organization for Planning the Environment, contend that relocating the oak could kill it.
The board came to the conclusion, however, that relocating to Wyoming is in SafeCard's long-term best interest.
The answers to these questions may well be "Yes," according to "Many Expatriates, Many Voices: Accompanying Souses and Partners Relocating to the USA," a new study by The Interchange Institute, underwritten by Prudential Relocation, a Prudential Financial, Inc.