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This is the highest internal audit profession opinion on a scale of 'generally conforms', 'partially conforms', and 'does not conform', according to a press release issued by Ominvest.
The 'generally conforms' rating means that an internal audit activity has a charter, policies, and processes that are judged to be in conformance with the international standards in all material aspects.
2 : comply <Every student needs to conform to school rules.>
AB 115 also conforms to the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001; the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003; and the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004.
The following are federal provisions to which California does not conform for personal income, corporate income and franchise tax purposes:
To effect the transfer, the custodial parent signs a written declaration, either Form 8332 or a document that conforms to the substance of that form.
To document that consent, the noncustodial parent must attach Form 8332 or a declaration "that conforms to the substance of such form." Form 8332 is a simple one-page form requiring very little information.
If the action conforms to the national culture's norms, then it is right.
Under 1997 legislation,(9) California conforms to the FCBRs, effective for income and tax years beginning after 1996.
California only conforms by statutory enactment, it does not conform automatically.
1.471-2(d) allow them to estimate inventory shrinkage, as long as the inventory accounts are "verified by physical inventories at reasonable intervals and adjusted to conform therewith."
Until California tax law conforms, matters that are deemed confidential at the federal level are discoverable for state tax purposes.