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receipt

a written acknowledgment by a receiver of money, goods, etc., that payment or delivery has been made
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The Offeror declares its public offer for all Depositary Receipts unconditional
E-receipts offer customers a convenient option to keep track of their transaction receipts in one place.
VAT receipts, which constitute the biggest part of indirect taxes receipts (c.
In an effort to increase revenue, Ohio proposed an overhaul of its tax system that resulted in a gross receipts tax, entitled the commercial activity tax (CAT).
10) Thus, after items are determined, eligible and ineligible receipts are sorted into DPGR and non-DPGR "buckets" for purposes of COGS and deduction allocation, a process analogous to required calculations under section 263A.
1 percent of all S and C corps have gross receipts less than $25 million, so it carved out simplified procedures for these businesses.
a provider of document management and business process management software for Global 1000 enterprises, has announced the new 170 MarkView[TM] Expense Management solution, which automates the management of expense receipts.
Revenue procedure 2001-10 allowed certain accrual-basis taxpayers to convert to the cash basis as long as their average annual gross receipts for the prior three years was no more than $1 million.
Agents should request, and underwriters should use, the annual gross receipts rate on any risk where the estimated annual premium reaches or exceeds $1,000.
To make the return process fast and easy for guests during the holiday season and year-round, Target Stores offers several helpful and innovative tools including receipt holders, receipt lookup and gift receipts.
The net receipts compared with net receipts of 8,995.
And try to keep all receipts, tags and store packaging.