In addition, a practice as seemingly innocuous as accepting employee or client trip cost reimbursements can cause a company to run afoul
of FAA laws.
* WHILE CREATING A SUBSIDIARY will clearly help to achieve corporate aims, companies and their advisers must structure the deal so it does not run afoul
of federal tax, employment and benefit regulations.
desist from expanding this investigation into other areas which may well, eventually, run afoul
of our operations.' That is exactly the coverup Richard Nixon ordered.
Corporation for National and Community Service that the program did run afoul
of the First Amendment.
Despite rhetoric from Porcupines about how their move is easy compared to the difficulties that early migrants to America faced crossing the oceans in search of liberty, most Americans, even most libertarians--assuming they manage not to run afoul
of drug laws, eminent domain, or IRS prosecutions-just don't feel so tyrannized on a day-to-day basis that they feel an urgent need to uproot themselves.
Taxpayers easily can run afoul
of these provisions, with unexpected (and sometimes disastrous) tax results.
Rather than listen to Falwell--who has run afoul
of the law and had to pay for that--clergy should get the facts about church politicking from the source that knows the law the best: The IRS.
Three college students run afoul
of a Utah town's dance hall ordinance.
If the entity is switched often between branch and partnership solely to change the source of income, the constant recharacterization may run afoul
of the anti-abuse rule in Regs.
Such flexibility presents some problems, however, because an incorrectly structured plan can run afoul
of IRS requirements.
Bush's re-election team to obtain church directories could cause the houses of worship to run afoul
of federal tax law, officials with the Internal Revenue Service say.
As long as a law does not single out a particular religion for unfavorable treatment, he said, it does not run afoul
of the First Amendment's Free Exercise Clause.