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ADP system

(Automatic Data Processing system) An earlier term for a computer system.
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Businesses using electronic storage systems to maintain books and records or ADP systems to produce and process books and records may qualify the entire systems under section 6001.
02 of the procedure states that "[a]n ADP system must not be subject, in whole or in part, to any agreement (such as a contract or license) that would limit or restrict the IRS's access to and use of the ADP system on the taxpayer's premises (or any other place where the ADP system is maintained.
Insurance companies that maintain machine-sensible records within an ADP system to determine losses incurred under Sec.
We want our CPA partners as knowledgeable as possible about ADP systems, financial reporting tools and business office consolidation so they can provide the best accounting and business consulting services that help dealers maximize their bottom line," Mason said.
This certification assures dealers the consultants that are helping them get better use of their ADP system have been trained and tested on its latest features, especially downloading data to a PC.
These benefits were achieved because confidence in the payroll system had been bolstered by the reliability generated by the ADP system.
CDSI ITS will provide a variety of ADP system support services to DOL ESA, including mainframe and large multi-user computer support, and LAN and WAN maintenance.
Ensuring the uniform classification of flat panel displays which can display signals from both ADP systems and other sources (such as DVD players, video cameras, satellite receivers) has become technically impossible.
ADP maintains a dedicated team of professionals who carefully monitor all federal and state legislative and regulatory measures affecting human resource, payroll, tax and benefits administration, and ensure that ADP systems are updated as relevant laws evolve.
91-59's more restrictive features and addresses new developments in ADP systems.
In recent years, however, because of the explosive growth of ADP systems, the IRS found that it did not have enough computer audit specialists (CASs) to conduct these evaluations.