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enter

The act of entering data into the computer. After a line of text is typed, pressing the Enter key, also called the "Return key," causes the computer to input the data. See Enter key.
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2003-7 did not involve a stock loan, some taxpayers may have relied on its holding when entering into VPFs with stock loans.
The proposed regulations would add, for taxable years ending after December 31, 1982, that the following factor may constitute evidence of there being no business purpose for entering into one agreement rather than several: whether the agreement covers two or more subject matters, and whether it is readily apparent that one of the subject matters is the agreement's principal subject matter.
The new procedure simplifies the process for entering into an excise tax closing agreement with the IRS, and broadens application to all foreign insurers and reinsurers that are resident in treaty partner jurisdictions when the treaty contains an excise tax exemption provision.
The court concluded that even after entering into the partnership, St.
Brandhuber commented by saying, "The entering into production sharing contracts in Blocks 2, 3 and 4 of the JDZ represents an important step in our goal of commercializing the Company's interests in the JDZ and increasing shareholder value.
Finally, public elementary and secondary schools have inquired about the tax consequences of entering into exclusive provider arrangements similar to those entered into by colleges and universities.