calendar year


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calendar year

The interval of time that is the basis of a calendar. The Gregorian calendar year contains an average of 365.2425 days.

calendar year

[′kal·ən·dər ‚yir]
(astronomy)
The year in the Gregorian calendar, common years having 365 days and leap years 366. Also known as civil year.
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* Failed to maintain documentation for lead compounds during calendar years 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Under certain circumstances, partnerships, S corporations, and personal service corporations are required to use the calendar year for computing income tax liability.
For tax year 2008 returns filed in calendar year 2009, under the Article 22 mandate, the DTF is adding partnership returns and partnership extensions (Forms IT-204, IT-204-LL, and IT-370-PF) to the list of personal income tax returns and extensions that must be e-filed, unless the taxpayer opts out.
This section mandates that employers who withheld $12,000 or more during the look-back period for the calendar year must make semi-weekly payments of the amounts withheld during each remaining quarter of that calendar year and for the succeeding calendar year.
Many schools begin their spring semester or winter quarter in early January; most bill their students in November or December of the preceding calendar year. The student may or may not have paid his or her bill by December 31; that payment may not be reported in any manner in the current year by a school reporting under the amounts-billed method.
CHBP also has submitted 15 drug applications to the SFDA for its review during the calendar year of 2006.
This increase can be attributed to the significant growth of sales of commercial truck vehicles over the calendar year as a result of continued vehicle replacement demand and response to changes in 2007 EPA emission regulations.
As part of the process, we have adopted the ultimate legal fiction: Constitutional Commentary publishes three stimulating, amusing, accessible issues of insightful constitutional, well, commentary in a (stated) calendar year. Accordingly, we have decided henceforth and ever after to call these issues "Spring," "Summer," and "Fall," corresponding precisely (more or less) to the three seasons we enjoy here in Minnesota.
Companies with a C corporation organization should consider using a fiscal year other than the calendar year for accounting and tax returns.
Since the calculation of the average base payroll is on a calendar year basis, only the small payroll is considered.
The remaining companies are expected to make their versions available by Q3 of this calendar year. Other storage network management vendors will be able to join the program upon meeting the qualification requirements.
In early June, as the equity market began to stutter, the market retracted, but was up by 10% from the prior calendar year.