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INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE. AUSTIN COMPLIANCE CENTER. AUSTIN, TEXAS (Respondent/Agency) and. NATIONAL TREASURY EMPLOYEES UNION. CHAPTER (Charging Party/Union) 6-CA (44 FLRA ()) ORDER DENYING MOTION FOR RECONSIDERATION. July Decisions rendered do not include cases dealt with under the expedited adjudication process and Managerial Exclusion Orders issued by the Board upon consent of the parties.
Applications that have yet to be dealt with by Federal Court. Does not include appeals pending before the Federal Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court of :// i PREFACE This Guide for Accounting Officers is the main guide in a series of publications designed to help accounting officers implement the changes brought about by the introduction of the Public Finance Management Act of ThisGuide updates and significantly expands on the preliminary versions distributed in March and July officers guide to the New Title: Treasury decisions under tariff and internal revenue laws, etc.
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These are estimated to collectively command a value of Rs, crores. This, it is believed, does not get reflected in its book of ://3. During the year under consideration, the AO has added back Rs. 1,06,85,/- u/s 41(1) in respect of sundry creditors by holding that all conditions u/s 41(1) of the Act for satisfying cessation of liability were ://?type=print.It's frightening to think that it's now the Fed, not the Treasury or the White House or Congress, that is the primary economic decision policymaker in this country.
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