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an acceptable destination for protected data. In the law of data protection, European Union states require, in general, that data leaving the European Union should be handled correctly. This has been achieved so far as dealing with the United States is concerned, by their provision of a safe harbour. In the USA an organization may enter the ‘safe harbour’ in one of three ways: it can choose to join a private-sector privacy program whose members adhere to the safe harbour principles; it can self-certify its commitment to the safe harbour regime by enacting its own self-regulatory privacy policy; or, it can show that is already subject to a statutory, regulatory, administrative, or other body of law that provides adequate protection.
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office headquarters) are not included in the safe harbor.
that registered on the Department of Commerce's Safe Harbor list were also permissible.
SGS is able to provide Safe Harbor Assessment by a DABT qualified toxicologist to assess the product and determine whether any listed chemicals are present at exposure levels above the safe harbor level.
Taxpayers who have a qualified business use of more than one home for a tax year may use the safe harbor for only one home and must use the actual-expense method for the other home or homes.
The Safe Harbor Care manager will identify and take action to resolve issues or concerns raised by the patient or the family.
We are committed to providing our customers with the highest-quality foods, and Safe Harbor certified seafood testing allows us to demonstrate that commitment by being the first retailer in Southern California to offer certified low-mercury seafood," said Kevin Davis, Bristol Farms' president and CEO.
It was chosen for the project after the center lost a 100-year-old tree that had shaded the front yard of the Safe Harbor house.
A safe harbor 401(k) requires that an employer make either a contribution of 3% of compensation or a matching contribution (e.
1) The use of liquidation value will require partnerships to engage valuation experts on a regular basis to ensure their continued compliance with the safe harbor provisions.
regulatory agencies such as the Department of Commerce and the Federal Trade Commission are being lax in enforcing Safe Harbor.
In a Safe Harbor 401(k) plan, the limitation is waived, allowing owners, executives and highly compensated individuals to defer up to the maximum salary amounts.
Tax Executives Institute is pleased to submit the following comments concerning the development of a per se list of low-margin and non-integral services that should qualify for a cost safe harbor under the section 482 services regulations.