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The notice similarly provides relief for generation-skipping transfer (GST) tax purposes by allowing taxpayers to recalculate their available GST exemption based on Windsor.
Users can highlight the required figure using the mouse or cursor, press a pre-defined key combination on the keyboard and the software recalculates the new value.
Employees are reportedly the best at handling euro prices while three quarters of the officials, directors and businessmen recalculate the prices.
Newly calculated bills that will make adjustments to the yearly rate are expected to be sent out in time for the second half payments, but officials warn that owners should not recalculate either first or second half bills on their own, as past due interest payments could be applied by the computer.
Segall and Lisowski reviewed the old surveying data and plugged them into a computer to recalculate the ground movement during the 1906 event.
Recalculate historical performance based on these changes,
LAFCO's consultant proposed the new method Thursday during a negotiation session in response to an earlier request from city officials to recalculate the alimony.
We did provide summary results for each study for the interested reader who can recalculate as they see fit, as Borak et al.
If their reduction is not data entered they can recalculate the tax bill and pay on the lower amount," he said.
We were able to recalculate the original concentration of oxygen,' says Robert A.
Second, the warrant agreement did not contain a provision for adjusting their purchase price between the time of the agreement and the time of sale; thus, Taxpayer had no authority to recalculate the purchase price based on fair market value at the time of sale.
1993 and the Department of Finance expects to recalculate actual assessments forward from 1981 to begin the five-year cycles.