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Each organization's MICP coordinator shall separate major activities (or assessable units) organizationally, functionally or other form so long as there is adequate coverage to perform assessments of all major organization functions.
In other words, the PACE Act really has nothing to do with the assessable payments that may be due; it has to do with the coverage that small employers provide to their employees.
However, where the income is assessable as profits of a business or profession, the deduction of 30 per cent permitted under section 24 cannot be claimed.
Employers that fail to provide the required coverage face the prospect of having to make potentially significant payments--called "assessable payments" in the Code, although they function like a penalty.
Recognizing the difficulty of determining household income, the IRS has established three affordability safe harbors for the purpose of the assessable payment rule.
At present, only Saudi citizens and Saudi companies need to pay Zakat of 2.5 percent annually on profits and on the assessable amount for individuals, in addition to a tax on foreign investors.
"We were a mixture of good and good to soft when last assessable and with maybe only 3mm to 4mm of rain on the cards I cannot see us riding very different to what we are now."
The contrast of other influences like American soul music, flamenco and bop gives the ensemble a full-bodied sound that is unique but at the same assessable and recognizable.
These subdivide into two distinct categories--those in which the relative efficacy of possible means is "medically assessable" and those in which it is not.
The surviving partner would have full use of the half of the house in trust, but they would not actually own it, this means that it would not usually be assessable by the local authority in the event that care is needed in the future.
The notifications are now aggregated and assessable by sliding your finger across the top.