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affiliate program

An arrangement whereby a website is paid for advertising a product if the user clicks the link. Affiliate programs are responsible for driving a huge amount of traffic to a target site. For example, many well-known Web retailers offer affiliate programs to thousands of website owners who agree to display the retailer's ads. See keyword advertising.
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The deduction does not strengthen the capital of either the bank or its section 20 affiliate, and elimination of the deduct ion would not create or expose any incentive for a bank holding company to divert necessary capital from a depository institution to a section 20 subsidiary.
When the grant was obtained, it was with the understanding that the affiliate would provide support for both agencies.
There are a number of issues associated with the proposed rule, including its application to the sale of an affiliate by a holding company to an unrelated purchaser.
Affiliate shoppers skew older than the total Internet population.
A minimum of 25 percent of the funds raised by the Affiliate directly support the Komen Award and Research Grant Program, which, for the last 25 years, has provided much-needed funding for groundbreaking breast cancer research and innovative projects in the areas of breast health education and breast cancer screening and treatment.
Under the proposed legislation, two different levels of foreign affiliate information returns are contemplated: a detailed return for "controlled" foreign affiliates and a simplified return for "non-controlled" foreign affiliates.
Performics commissioned the comScore analysis, which focused on 63 merchant sites with active affiliate marketing programs across all three major affiliate marketing networks and 19 large affiliate publisher sites.
TEI questions whether the reporting of such information is relevant where there is no taxable event, such as a reorganization of the group involving the affiliate or a disposition of shares of the affiliate, that makes such computations necessary.
For more information on the Affiliate Summit event, please visit www.
The example states that the $150 will not be included in the FAPI of the foreign affiliate to the extent that proposed subparagraph 95(2)(a)(i) applies.
The Affiliate Summit Conferences are designed to create a unique educational environment and networking opportunity that facilitates the exchange of information about affiliate marketing.
MYAP's state-of-the-art technology and methodologies empower major customers to meet these demands with the ability to take complete control and ownership of affiliate relationships.