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Excise Tax – Foreign Insurance: IRS Audit Techniques Guide (ATG) By Internal Revenue Service
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Internal Revenue Code § 4371 requires all of the following three elements for the foreign insurance excise tax to apply. They are: 1. A policy of insurance, 2. Insurance of a United States... More > risk, and 3. Policy issued by a foreign insurer or reinsurer. Policy of Insurance - A policy of insurance may include a policy of reinsurance, an indemnity bond, or an annuity contract. Generally, a policy is the printed document issued by the insurer presented to the insured which contains the terms of the insurance contract. This document is sometimes referred to as a treaty. When the insurer transfers the same risks to another insurer, reinsurance has occurred and the second insurer is termed the reinsurer. Indemnity Bond - An indemnity bond is a contract under which the surety party promises to reimburse a third party, called the obligee, for losses it sustained as a result of the failure of the principal party, called the obligor, to perform under its contract with the obligee...< Less
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FACTIONAL DISPUTE AND PARTY CONFLICT IN THE POLITICAL SYSTEM OF THE SENECA NATION (1845-1895): AN ETHNOHISTORICAL ANALYSIS By Thomas S. Abler
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Abler's dissertation on Seneca Nation politics provides an insight into one of the most tumultuous eras of Onöndowa'ga:' history, when an elective system was established, replacing its Council... More > of Chiefs. Unsavory actions of land speculators in collusion with federal and state officials had led to the loss of over 6 million acres of Seneca territory by 1842. This upheaval was also prompted in part by how treaty annuities were distributed and by the meddling of Hicksite Quakers who urged reform. In 1848, the new government marked the abandonment of the traditional governmental practices that had been in existence for centuries. The aftermath of the revolution resulted in a decades-long struggle between the proponents of the old chieftain system and the new elective system. The new government had to contend with railroad, timber, and oil companies intent on promoting leasing and/or allotment, the latter aimed to facilitate the transfer of ownership away from the Senecas.< Less
ACC 543 ENTIRE COURSE By Tutorial Service
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ACC 543 ENTIRE COURSE Click the below button to get this course: Url: http://www.tutorialsservice.us/product/acc-543-entire-course ACC 543 Flexible Budgets Team Paper ACC 543 Capital Budget... More > Recommendation ACC 543 Aspects of Employment and Environment Paper and PowerPoint ACC 543 Exercise 24-1 Net Present Value/Present Value Index ACC 543 Exercise 24-8A: Determining the Internal Rate of Return ACC 543 Exercise 24-6A: Determining Net Present Value ACC 543 Exercise 24-5B: Purchase of Popcorn Machine ACC 543 Exercise 24-5A Determining net present value ACC 543 Exercise 24-4A Determining the present value of an annuity ACC 543 Exercise 24-3A: Present Value Analysis< Less
ACCT 567 WEEK 5 CASE STUDY CITY OF SHIPLEY By unquite ltd
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ACCT 567 WEEK 5 CASE STUDY CITY OF SHIPLEY To view more, visit following link http://unquite.com/question-details/ACCT-567-WEEK-5-CASE-STUDY-CITY-OF-SHIPLEY/2760 or email us query@unquite.com ACCT... More > 567 WEEK 5 CASE STUDY CITY OF SHIPLEY The City of Shipley maintains an Employee Retirement Fund; a single-employer, defined benefit plan that provides annuity and disability benefits. The fund is financed by a process that makes actuarially determined contributions from the city’s General Fund and by contributions that are made by the employees. The General Fund is handling the administration of the retirement fund and it does not have any administrative expenses. The Statement of Net Assets for the Employees’ Retirement Fund as of July 1, 2011 is shown below: City of Shipley Employees Retirement Fund Statement of Net Assets As of July 1, 2011 Assets Cash $ 60,000 Accrued Interest Receivable 160,000 Investments, at fair value Bonds 5,500,000 Common Stock 1,600,000< Less

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