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State Sales Tax Rates and Vendor Discounts - Federation of Tax ...

STATE SALES TAX RATES AND VENDOR DISCOUNTS (January 1, 2014) STATE ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE FLORIDA GEORGIA HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA (2) IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA (9) NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH (3) VERMONT VIRGINIA (3) WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING DIST. OF COLUMBIA U. S. MEDIAN STATE SALES VENDOR TAX RATE RANK DISCOUNT MAX/MIN 4.0% 39 5.0%-2.0% (1) $400/month (max) ------------------------- ----------N/A---------------------------------------5.6% 28 1.0% $10,000/year (max) 6.5% 9 2.0% $1,000/month (max) 7.50% 1 None 2.9% 46 2.22% (4) 6.35% 11 None ------------------------------------N/A---------------------------------------6.0% 16 2.5% $30/report (max) 4.0% 39 3.0%-0.5% (1) 4.0% 39 None 6.0% 16 None (5) 6.25% 12 1.75% $5/year (min) 7.0% 2 0.73% (2) 6.0% 16 None 6.15% 15 None 6.0% 16 1.75%-1.5% (1) $50/month (max) 4.0% 39 0.935% 5.5% 29 None (5) 6.0% 16 1.2%-0.90% (1) $500/return (max) 6.25% 12 None 6.0% 16 0.5% (6) $6/monh (min), $15,000/month (max) 6.875% 7 None 7.0% 2 2.0% $50/month (max) 4.225% 37 2.0% ------------------------------------N/A----------------------------------------5.5% 29 2.5% $75/month (max) 6.85% 7 0.25% ------------------------------------N/A----------------------------------------7.0% 2 None 5.125% 31 None 4.0% 39 5.0% $200/quarter (max) 4.75% 34 None 5.0% 32 1.5% $110/month (max) 5.75% 26 0.75% 4.5% 36 1.0% 2,500/month (max) ------------------------------------N/A----------------------------------------6.0% 16 1.0% 7.0% 2 None 6.0% 16 3.0%-2.0% (1) $3,100/year (max) 4.0% 39 0.015 (10) 7.0% 2 None 6.25% 12 0.5% (7) 4.7% 34 1.31% 6.0% 16 None (5) 4.3% 37 1.6%-0.8% (8) 6.5% 9 None 6.0% 16 None 5.0% 32 0.5% $10/period (min) 4.0% 39 None 5.75% 5.75% 26 None 27 states allow vendor discounts Source: Compiled by FTA from various sources. (1) In some states, the vendors' discount varies by the amount paid. In AL and SC, the larger discounts apply to the first $100. In GA, the larger discount applies to the first $3,000. In KY, the larger discounts apply to the first $1,000, while MD applies the larger discount to annual collections of $6,000. The lower discounts apply to the remaining collections above these amounts. (2) Utilities are not permitted to take discount. Collection allowances are 0.73% if total sales tax collected is less than $60,000; 0.53% if total taxes is between $60,000 and $600,000; 0.26% if total sales tax collected is more than $600,000. (3) Rate does not include a statewide local rate of 1.0% in VA and 1.25% in UT. (4) Local option sales tax discount varies from 0% to 3.33%. (5) Vendors are allowed to keep any excess collections prescribed under the bracket system. (6) Vendor discount only applies to the first 4.0% of the tax. A 0.75% discount if paid by the 7th of the month. (7) An additional discount of 1.25% applies for early payment. (8) Discount varies; 1.2% (1.6% for food) of the first $62,500, 0.92% (1.2%) of the amount to $208,000, and 0.6% (0.8%) of the remainder. Applies to the state tax only. No discount allowed on electronically file returns. (9) Sales tax rate in AZ is scheduled to fall to 5.6% on 6/1/13; KS will fall to 5.7% and NV will fall to 6.5% on 7/1/13. (10) Electronic Filers only. FEDERATION OF TAX ADMINISTRATORS -- JANUARY 2014

State Sales Tax Rates & Food/Drug Exemptions - Federation of Tax ...

STATE SALES TAX RATES AND FOOD & DRUG EXEMPTIONS (As of January 1, 2014) STATE ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA (3) COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE FLORIDA GEORGIA HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA (5) NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING DIST. OF COLUMBIA Tax Rate (percentage) 4 none 5.6 6.5 7.5 2.9 6.35 none 6 4 4 6 6.25 7 6 6.15 6 4 5.5 6 6.25 6 6.875 7 4.225 none 5.5 6.85 (5) none 7 5.125 4 4.75 5 5.75 4.5 none 6 7 6 4 7 6.25 5.95 (4) 6 5.3 (2) 6.5 6 5 4 5.75 Food (1) EXEMPTIONS Prescription Drugs * * 1.5% (4) * * * * * * * * * * (4) * * * * 1% * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Nonprescription Drugs 1% * * * * (4) * * * * * 1.225% * * * 1% * * * * * * (4) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 5.0% * 1.75% (4) * 2.5% (2) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * -- indicates exempt from tax, blank indicates subject to general sales tax rate. Source: Compiled by FTA from various sources. (1) Some state tax food, but allow a rebate or income tax credit to compensate poor households. They are: HI, ID, KS, OK, and SD. (2) Includes statewide 1.0% tax levied by local governments in Virginia. (3) Tax rate may be adjusted annually according to a formula based on balances in the unappropriated general fund and the school foundation fund. (4) Food sales subject to local taxes. Includes a statewide 1.25% tax levied by local governments in Utah. (5) Nevada sales tax rate scheduled to decrease to 6.5% on July 1, 2015. FEDERATION OF TAX ADMINISTRATORS -- JANUARY 2014

PRODUCT CATALOG - Mr. Gasket
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THE MR. GASKET STORY Back in 1964, Joe Hrudka was a drag racer in Northern Ohio who was looking to solve a problem that parts manufacturers had not addressed. Using his own 1957 Chevy drag race car as a test vehicle, he created a line of engine gaskets and fasteners proven to seal and withstand extreme temperatures, pressures and stresses created by high performance engines. This product line that was developed by a drag racer would evolve into a brand of legendary proportions over the next 50 years. Mr. Gasket started with Joe’s ‘57 Chevy and has continued to advance and expand with application coverage and even more new products for muscle cars. Head gaskets, exhaust gaskets and oil pan gaskets were just the beginning. The Mr. Gasket brand develops and distributes a variety of performance parts for your vehicle including: carburetor and fuel accessories, chrome-plated accessories, cooling system accessories, engine components, fuel additives, shifter accessories, specialty tools, suspension and driveline components. Located in Cleveland, Ohio, the Mr. Gasket team continues to design, develop, manufacture and distribute products that bring back the luster and performance that everyone remembers to a variety of auto projects. It may have started with a Chevrolet, but when you are ready to Restore, Restyle and Rebuild your car, Mr. Gasket is who you can trust to have the parts and advice you need to complete your project.

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Apps Designed with Disability in Mind - Ohio Center for Autism and ...

Created by: Heather Bridgman and Nick Weiland Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence January 2012 EarPict2 Created by Heather Bridgman and Nick Weiland OCALI Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence, January 2012 ICON LINK DESCRIPTION COST FORMAT Proloquo2Go AAC software with high quality speech output. The vocabulary includes over 7000 items. Includes text-­‐to-­‐ speech. $189.99 Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.2 or later. iCommunicate Great for audiovisual prompting or as an AAC device. 100+ photographic images included and over 10,000 SymbolSix images available. Recorded audio messages, but no text-­‐to-­‐speech. $49.99 Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. TapSpeak Sequence for iPad Acts like a sequenced switch. PCS symbols available for $29.99 additional cost. Tap response can be adjusted for varying motor abilities. Unlimited recording length and unlimited number of sequences. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Look2Learn AAC software with photographic images. Pre-­‐loaded vocal output or the ability to record your own audio messages. 80 different photos available or add your own custom photo images. $14.99 Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later. TouchChat HD TouchChat is a full-featured AAC software for the iPad. Words, phrases and messages are spoken with a built-in voice synthesizer or recorded messages. Five synthesized voices are available. $159.99 Compatible with iPad. Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Speak it! High-­‐quality text-­‐to-­‐speech app. Type or copy text from $1.99 your e-­‐mail, a news article, or other apps and paste it into Speak it to have it read back while words are highlighted. Save text as audio file and send via e-­‐mail. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later. ...

COPPER AND HUMAN HEALTH: BIOCHEMISTRY, GENETICS ...

Downloaded By: [Canadian Research Knowledge Network] At: 23:35 9 May 2007 Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B, 10:157–222, 2007 Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC ISSN: 1093-7404 print / 1521-6950 online DOI: 10.1080/10937400600755911 COPPER AND HUMAN HEALTH: BIOCHEMISTRY, GENETICS, AND STRATEGIES FOR MODELING DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS Bonnie Ransom Stern1, Marc Solioz2, Daniel Krewski3, Peter Aggett4, Tar-Ching Aw5, Scott Baker6, Kenny Crump7, Michael Dourson8, Lynne Haber8, Rick Hertzberg9, Carl Keen10, Bette Meek11, Larisa Rudenko12, Rita Schoeny9, Wout Slob13, Tom Starr14 1 Consulting in Health Sciences and Risk Assessment, BR Stern Associates, Annandale, Virginia, USA, 2Department of Clinical Pharmacology, University of Berne, Berne, Switzerland, 3 McLaughlin Centre for Population Health, Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 4Lancashire School of Health and Postgraduate Medicine, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, United Kingdom, 5Kent Institute of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom, 6International Copper Association, New York, New York, USA, 7KS Crump Group/Environ Corporation, Ruston, Louisiana, USA, 8 Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment (TERA), Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, 9U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 10Department of Nutrition, University of California at Davis, Davis, California, USA, 11Environmental Contaminants Bureau, Health Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 12Integrative Biostrategies, LLC, Washington, DC, USA, 13National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, Bilthoven, The Netherlands, and 14Raleigh, North Carolina, United States Copper (Cu) and its alloys are used extensively in domestic and industrial applications. Cu is also an essential element in mammalian nutrition. Since both copper deficiency and copper excess produce adverse health effects, the dose-response curve is U-shaped, although the precise form has not yet been well characterized. Many animal and human studies were conducted on copper to provide a rich database from which data suitable for modeling the dose-response relationship for copper may be extracted. Possible dose-response modeling strategies are considered in this review, including those based on the benchmark dose and categorical regression. The usefulness of biologically based dose-response modeling techniques in understanding copper toxicity...

Genetic, biochemical, and crystallographic characterization of Fhit ...

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA Vol. 95, pp. 5484–5489, May 1998 Biochemistry Genetic, biochemical, and crystallographic characterization of Fhit–substrate complexes as the active signaling form of Fhit HELEN C. PACE*, PRESTON N. GARRISON†, A NGELA K. ROBINSON†, L ARRY D. BARNES†, A LEXANDRA DRAGANESCU*, ¨ A NGELIKA ROSLER‡, G. MICHAEL BLACKBURN‡, ZURAB SIPRASHVILI*, CARLO M. CROCE*, KAY HUEBNER*, AND CHARLES BRENNER*§ *Kimmel Cancer Institute, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA 19107; †Department of Biochemistry, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX 78284; and ‡Department of Chemistry, Krebs Institute, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, S3 7HF England Communicated by Sidney Weinhouse, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, PA, March 2, 1998 (received for review December 1, 1997) Because Fhit is encoded at the chromosome 3 fragile site, FRA3B (12), it had been suggested that cancer-associated deletions in the FHIT gene represent a ‘‘bystander effect’’ in which carcinogenesis was initiated by other unrelated genetic changes and that FHIT deletions resulted from genomic instability within already established tumors (13). However, if this were the case, reintroduction of FHIT cDNAs into tumors with FHIT deletions would not be expected to be consequential. On the contrary, stable reexpression of Fhit protein in gastric, lung, and kidney cancer cells with homozygous FHIT deletions suppressed the ability of those cells to form tumors in nude mice (14). It is important to emphasize that whereas FHIT passed this test as a tumor-suppressor gene, there are at least two scenarios in which genes with importance in carcinogenesis might fail this test. First, if loss of function of a gene were to create a mutator phenotype that led to further genetic lesions, reintroduction of that gene into tumor-derived cell lines might not reverse their tumor-forming ability. Second, in...

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Circleville Pumpkin Show Fact Sheet
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The Circleville Pumpkin Show, Ohio's Oldest and Largest Festival, is a member of The Ohio Festivals & Events Association. The first Pumpkin Show was held in 1903. George Haswell, Mayor of Circleville at that time, decided it would be a great idea to try to get the country folks and the city folks together. So he invited the country folks to bring the best of their produce to town on designated dates and display them on the streets of Circleville so that the city folks would be able to appreciate their efforts. The Circleville Pumpkin Show has always been held on the streets of downtown Circleville. The early shows covered about 3 city blocks and today it covers more than 8 city blocks. The streets are filled with 25-30 Amusement Rides and over 300 Food Booths, Games & Craft Vendors. The Circleville Pumpkin Show attracts over 400,000 visitors (100,000 per day) to this small community of 12,000 people. They come to see the giant pumpkins, the world's largest Pumpkin Pie, parades, entertainment, attractions, and try various pumpkin-flavored delicacies. Past Weigh-ins of the Largest Pumpkins: (Weigh-In is held at noon Wednesday at the center of town.) 1990 - Dave Mangione 473 lbs. 1991 - Dave Mangione 589 1/2 lbs. 1992 - Dave Mangione 517 lbs. 1993 - Dave Mangione 560 lbs...

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