This statement is correct since HST Recoverable normally has a debit balance, just as any asset has; and, just as any asset, HST Recoverable has a dollar value that can be claimed by the owner of the business. The account may appear in the asset section of the ledger, but is often found in the liability section in order to conveniently calculate the HST owed.
By carefully selecting a limited number of views, the external features of most complicated designs can be fully described. However, we are frequently confronted with the necessity of showing the interiors of parts that cannot be shown clearly by means of hidden lines. We accomplish this by passing an imaginary cutting plane through the part and creating a cutaway view of the part. This type of view is known as a section view.
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The subject‟s perception of (affective responses to) the text was measured in Part 1, Section1 of the questionnaire using a series of close-ended unordered and ordered response belief statements about the design and format, and language of the document (Part 1, Section1questions1-7, 12 and 13). Different preferences for vertically right to left designs, horizontal left to right designs, and the use of bold and italic fonts in Eastern Asia characters were measured based on the responses provided. Questions1-7 in Part 1, Section1 measured the design and format preferences, while questions 12 and 13 measured preference for the use of bold or italic characters within the language. In addition, subjects‟ responses to open-ended questions in both instruments (Part 1Section1 question 16, Part 1section 2 question 8, and Part 2 questions1 and 2) gave the opportunity to gather supplemental qualitative data about the technical documents that were read, and how technical documents were formatted or written in those cultures. The end of the Part 1 questionnaire asked subjects open-ended questions in order to provide demographic information to be used for statistical purposes.
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2.19 Omantel is currently building out a LTE wireless network using 2.3 GHz / 1.8 GHz frequencies based also on an allowance to provide with mobility. In order not to disturb incentives for roll-out, there should not be price regulation in those areas in which currently there is no infrastructure. One should note in this context that, due to the fact that 60% of households currently do not have access to a fixed line, the distinction between Markets 1 and 4 (retail broadband) are likely to be artificial. New broadband connections will in many cases mean new fixed access connections (via LTE or WiMAX). There is therefore an inconsistency in refraining from regulation for Market 4 while regulating Market 1. TRA needs to consider carefully whether regulating Market 1 does not mean that its intention of not regulating Market 4 is undermined for many new customers.
than the uninformed group to report being obese (21% vs. 12%, respectively), being of a race other than white, and having a family history of DM (87% vs. 34%, respec- tively). Reviewing in more detail the self-reported family history of diabetes in the survey, 59% (n = 887) of responders with any family history of DM had not been informed of DM risk by their doctor. Being informed of familial risk was associated with a greater number of rela- tives being affected (Table 3). When only specific relatives were identified, the proportion of responders informed of risk was higher if both first- and second-degree relatives were affected (67% [n = 335]), but was lower if only first- degree relatives (38% [n = 101]) or only second-degree relatives (31% [n = 200]) had DM. In contrast, 3% (40) of respondents with no family history reported being informed by their doctors as being at familial DM risk. Figure 1 demonstrates the proportion of informed and uninformed respondents that reported making behavior changes to prevent DM. Up to 50% of the informed group reported lifestyle changes to prevent DM, compared to 19% of the uninformed group (OR 4.3, 95% CI 3.5–5.2). Although Figure 1 also demonstrates that 33% of the uninformed group met U.S. exercise recommendations, compared to 28% of the informed group, this difference was not statistically significant when controlling for other variables, as demonstrated by the adjusted OR in Table 4. Further, the informed group was more likely than the uninformed group to recognize their personal DM risk (56% vs. 14%, respectively). However, 44% of the informed group still considered themselves not to be at
Table: 1 summarizes the characteristics of respondent (n=156) on the basis of their gender (Male or Female),Marital status(Single or Married), age(18-25,25-35,35-50 and Above 50), Qualification(Nursing diploma, MBBS, Surgical diploma and Others) stay in organization(less than 1 year,1-5 years,6-10 years and Above 10 years. The table 1 depicts that the whole proportion of sample size comprised on female nursing staff working in public hospitals as employees (n=156,100%). Majority of nurses were married 67.3 %( n=105) only 32.7% (n=51) nurses were single. About 41.0% (n=64)of the respondents were between 18-25 years, 57.7 %( n=90) were between 25-35 years, 1.3% (n=2) were between 35-50 years of age and none of the respondent was above 50 years.
Bradford plc. is financed through bonds and ordinary shares. The bonds were issued five years ago at a par value of £100 with a total funds raised 30 million. These bonds carry an annual coupon payment of £10, and are due to be redeemed in four years. Investors currently require a yield of 6% on the bonds. The firm also has 3,000,000 ordinary shares outstanding at the current price of £45.54. Bradford plc. is now reviewing its capital budget for the next year. It has paid a £1 dividend per share over the past several years, and its shareholders expect the dividend to remain constant over the next several years. The company forecasts that it will require £13 million to fund all its profitable projects and its net income will be £12m for the next year
Certain lease features, if selected can impact the rates of a finance plan. Does the State have preferences relative to a PO based payment plan, Fair Market Value or Tax Exempt Lease Purchase ($1 buyout), Termination for Convenience, Termination for Default, Termination for Non Renewal, etc.?
In this section, I have argued that the longstanding association of young mobile subjects with tourism is problematic in the case of YMS participants, even if it seeks to recognise, using various labels, that they also work. This is because they are increasingly subject to state regimes of immigration as migrants, not tourists. The literature on mobilities situates them within broader trends, and the concept of lifestyle mobilities operates at the promising interface of work, tourism and leisure; however, it risks fetishizing movement and failing to focus on the structures that shape who can move, and the differential privileges among those who do. The literature on migration promises greater attention to structures and inequalities, and the transnational ‘turn’ has offered the concept of ‘middling transnationalism’ to understand young mobile subjects, a group between migrant elites and so-called ‘economic’ migrants. With this has come greater focus on the relative privilege of young mobile subjects, in terms of social class. The migration literature also has a long-established interest in gender, although this has not been applied to the mobile subjects at the centre of my research. In the end, I find greatest promise in the concept of lifestyle migration, given its attention to identities, agency and structures, although thus far it has largely been applied to retirees, at the opposite end of the age spectrum.
Abstract. A comprehensive heuristic analysis of the Pollard’s Rho Method (PRM) is given. The analysis is based on ultimate periods and tails dis- tribution of sequences. If n is the composite number to be factored, then an improved version of PRM is developed which has an expected run time of O( √ 8 n ln n) on a multi-core architecture which utilized a clever way of
Once you begin to receive TSA Plan benefits, each separate distribution is taxable as you receive it – unless you roll it over to another tax-sheltered annuity, a qualified retirement plan, Section 457 governmental deferred compensation plan, or an Individual Retirement Account. (See page 25 for rollover rules). Qualified distributions from your after-tax Roth contribution account are exempt from federal taxes, and may be exempt from state and local income taxes. Nonqualified distributions will include a portion that is considered taxable income (see Section 6 for qualified distribution criteria).
1. What changes to existing processes could more efficiently or more accurately assess the outputs, impacts and contexts of research in order to allocate QR? Should the definition of impact be broadened or refined? Is there scope for more or different use of metrics in any areas?
One New Feature that is offered in the Performance Management form in Edison is the ability to see an audit trail of the Performance Management Process. This Audit History includes automatically calculated due dates (see blue boxes), and each individual step of the approval process. Once approval takes place, the system will show the name and date/time stamp tied to that particular transaction. This is a very helpful section to use in order to track what stage of the document you are currently on, or who completed a specific stage of the process.
- Section II Project Overview – “The existing sanitary sewer main between Main Street and East White Street has recently been upgraded.” – This was identified for information only. The sanitary sewer abandonment in this project is shown on sheet WS5 of the construction plans. Bid items S1 and S2 are to be used for the sanitary sewer abandonment.