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Statistical Abstract of the United States - 1878 By Bureau of Statistics, Treasury Department
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Reprint of the 1879 publication from the Government Printing Office.
The Problem of Corporate Tax Shelters: Discussion, Analysis and Legislative Proposals By Department of the Treasury
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The proliferation of corporate tax shelters presents an unacceptable and growing level of tax avoidance behavior. Over the past several years, Congress and the Administration repeatedly have provided... More > targeted responses to specific shelters as they have come to light. The Administration believes that a generic solution to curb the growth of corporate tax shelters must be fashioned, as opposed to the current after-the-fact, ad hoc approach. This, admittedly, is not an easy task. Unlike the individual tax shelters of the 1970s and 1980s, corporate tax shelters may take several forms and do not rely on any single Code section or regulation. For this reason, they are hard to define. Nonetheless, the Administration in its Fiscal Year 2000 Budget proposed several generic remedies, focused on certain identified common characteristics, to curb the growth of corporate tax shelters. As Deputy Secretary Lawrence Summers recently stated, the Administration's proposals are intended ...< Less
Hedge Funds, Leverage, and the Lessons of Long-Term Capital Management - Report of The President’s Working Group on Financial Markets By Department of the Treasury
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Dear Mr. President - We are pleased to transmit the report of the President’s Working Group on Financial Markets on Hedge Funds, Leverage, and the Lessons of Long-Term Capital Management... More > (LTCM). The principal policy issue arising out of the events surrounding the near collapse of LTCM is how to constrain excessive leverage. By increasing the chance that problems at one financial institution could be transmitted to other institutions, excessive leverage can increase the likelihood of a general breakdown in the functioning of financial markets. This issue is not limited to hedge funds; other financial institutions are often larger and more highly leveraged than most hedge funds. In view of our findings, the Working Group recommends a number of measures designed to constrain excessive leverage. These measures are designed to improve transparency in the system, enhance private sector risk management practices, develop more risk-sensitive approaches to capital adequacy, support financial contract...< Less
Reforming America’s Housing Finance Market: A Report To Congress By U.S. Department of the Treasury, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
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This paper lays out the Administration’s plan to reform America's housing finance market to better serve families and function more safely in a world that has changed dramatically since its... More > original pillars were put in place nearly eighty years ago. Our plan champions the belief that Americans should have choices in housing that make sense for them and for their families. This means rental options near good schools and good jobs. It means access to credit for those Americans who want to own their own home, which has helped millions of middle class families build wealth and achieve the American Dream. And it means a helping hand for lower-income Americans, who are burdened by the strain of high housing costs. But our plan also dramatically transforms the role of government in the housing market. In the past, the government’s financial and tax policies encouraged housing purchases and real estate investment over other sectors of our economy, and ultimately left taxpayers responsible...< Less
The Bible Treasury Vol 20 By William Kelly et al.
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The Trial of faith? (Gen 22) Letter on John 16 The Returned Remnant, Ezra The Remnant in Jerusalem, Nehemiah The Seal of God's Foundation (2 Tim. 2: 19) The Comfort of the Scriptures Revelation... More > 22 Letter on Christ's Person Fragments Book Reviews Morsels from Family Records The Coming of the Lord in Rev. 2, 3 On the Assembly and Ministry Andrews' Faith and Scepticism The hidden Treasure and the costly Pearl The changeless Christ (Heb. 1: 13.) The True Vine "Glorify God in your body" (1 Cor. 6: 20) "This do in remembrance of Me " On Hymns - W. Kelly Burbidge's Love of Christ Power, Religion, and Commerce The Stone laid before Joshua Breaking Bread at Troas (Acts 20) Upon one Stone are seven eyes Thoughts on Simon Peter Recollections of J. G. Bellett The Sorrowing sisters of Bethany Letters on Singing The Cup in Gethsemane Farrar's Book of Daniel Proofs of the Resurrection The Lord's coming, not the saint's departing< Less
Treasury Department Circular No. 230: Regulations Governing Practice before the Internal Revenue Service By Internal Revenue Service
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Title 31 Code of Federal Regulations, Subtitle A, Part 10, published (June 3, 2011)
Guide for Claimants of Deceased Soldiers, Being Instructions to Army Officers and to Claimants, with a Collation of the Laws of Congress and the Orders from the War Department, and the Rules of Practice in the Offices of the Second Auditor and Comptroller By COL. W. H. FOWLER
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GUIDE FOR CLAIMANTS OF DECEASED SOLDIERS; BEING Instructions to Army Officers and to Claimants, with a Collation of the Laws of Congress and the Orders from the War Department, and the Rules of... More > Practice in the Offices of the Second Auditor and Comptroller of the Treasury, concerning the settlement of the Claims of Deceased Officers and Soldiers.< Less
Introduction to Foreign Exchange By Dion Alken
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Day-to-day, commercial banks are the most active participants in the domestic money market, foreign money market, and foreign exchange market. Their importance is measured by the volume of... More > transactions they execute in these markets and how many prices they provide. In this Treasury overview course, we introduce many issues relevant to the Treasury Department and exposure management. This course is designed to give you an overall picture of a bank's relationship to the markets and, more specifically, the Treasury Department's role in these operations. Whether or not you intend to become a trader, it is important to understand the Treasury's function and impact on other bank operations< Less
Active Debt Management By Homework Help Classof1
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Some large companies with well-organized treasury departments are willing to use the company’s debt-raising capability to improve profits. This can be called active debt management. A key... More > feature of this approach is a willingness to borrow and a continual search for opportunities to borrow cheaply. The low-cost funds then can be redeployed to improve profits, with little or no additional risk.< Less
Risk Assessment for Tribal Casinos By Howard Steiner, Stephen L. Marini
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The Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) requires that designated “financial institutions” implement and maintain anti-money laundering (AML) programs. Tribal casinos have been designated as financial... More > institutions under the BSA since 1996, and the BSA regulations issued by the Treasury Department in 31 C.F.R. 103.64 prescribe the minimum standards for those programs. All tribal governments conducting or sponsoring gaming activities, whether for one night out of the year or throughout the year, whether in their primary place of operation or at remote sites, must be aware of the federal requirements associated with the Bank Secrecy Act.< Less