changing to


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changing to

When transmitted on radio by the pilot to air traffic control, it means, “I intend to call … (station) on … (frequency).” The order of transmission is first the station and then the frequency to avoid confusion with the number “2” (in changing “to”).
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A consolidated group member changing to or from a 52-53-week tax year is not eligible for automatic consent for such change, unless the requested year is identical to the consolidated group's tax year.
20, which required that changes in accounting principle generally be recognized by including the cumulative effect of changing to a new accounting principle on the last line prior to net income (that is, a current-period approach).
He argued that even after Supreme Court cases, the IRS has to consent to taxpayers changing to the treatment the Court approves.
Opinion 20 previously required that most voluntary changes in accounting principle be recognized by including in net income of the period of the change the cumulative effect of changing to the new accounting principle.
2006-12 only applies to taxpayers changing to an accounting method provided under the Sec: 263(a) regulations; it does not apply to taxpayers changing their method using the economic performance 3 1/2-month rule or recurring-item exception.
If a taxpayer is changing to the pool-of-costs method to account for package design costs, the section 481(a) adjustment equals all package design costs deducted or amortized in years prior to the year of change, less the amount that would have been amortized if the pool-of-costs method had been used in such years.
A taxpayer terminating its section 444 election and changing to its required tax year must follow the procedures described in section 1.
All Colorado National Bank signs and communication will be changing to reflect the new U.
A partnership, S corporation, electing S corporation or PSC changing to a natural business year that satisfies the 25%-gross-receipts test, regardless of whether such year results in a greater income deferral than in the present tax year.