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Bevington, 60, of Lamont, attorney and partner with Holland & Knight LLP, succeeding Elaine Duggar, appointed for a term beginning September 29, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012.
Any income not recognized in the receipt year generally must be recognized in the succeeding tax year.
For non-Japanese people, the language and cultural differences may be obstacles to succeeding in Japan.
Dorworth, 30, of Lake Mary, co-owner of Dorworth Property Group LLC, succeeding Brooke Goldfarb, appointed for a term beginning September 11, 2008, and ending July 1, 2012.
7503 has the effect of an extension only when a taxpayer performs an act on the next succeeding day that is not a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday after a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday that would otherwise be the last day prescribed for performing the act.
Morales has been selected to represent Southern California in the Every Student Succeeding Recognition program.
This supporting internal and external network is critical to many of the businesses succeeding.
Peter Antonacci of Tallahassee, with Gray Robinson, succeeding Monesia Brown, appointed for a term beginning February 5, 2008, and ending July 1, 2011.
71-21 allows accrual-method taxpayers to defer the inclusion of payments received (or amounts due and payable) in one tax year if the payments are attributable to services to be performed by the end of the next succeeding tax year.
D'Alessandro will step up to become chief executive officer June 1, succeeding Stephen L.
The number of students scoring in the bottom two Missouri Assessment Program achievement levels suggests that the strategies we currently use are not consistently succeeding with all of our students," said Dr.