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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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Z, a calendar-year engaged in the construction business and using a long-term contract method, enters into contract to build an office building for the T Bank in 1981.
In particular, TAM 200604033 raises significant questions about whether a taxpayer that enters into a VPF can ever enter into a stock loan of the underlying shares without running afoul of Sec.
parent enters into a new GRA (for the remainder of the original five-year term), in which it agrees to recognize the gain that is the subject of the original GRA, and substituting the successor transferee foreign corporation for the original transferee foreign corporation, and agreeing to treat the successor transferee corporation as the original transferee foreign corporation for purposes of Regs.
98-15, which addressed the continuity of a nonprofit entity's exempt status when it enters into a joint venture with a for-profit hospital organization.
Further, if a transaction falls within the ambit of confidentiality as defined in the regulations, it is not clear whether the parties can correct, amend or remove the confidentiality factor.The regulations should be amended to provide (or the proposed revenue procedure should allow) for rescission of (1) inadvertent confidentiality agreements or (2) confidentiality restrictions before the taxpayer enters into the transaction.