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Caution to seller: In order for the certificate to be accepted in good faith by the seller, the seller must exercise care that the property being sold is exempt. When a purchaser is claiming an exemption for purchases of items that qualify for the full manufacturing exemption and other items that only qualify for the partial manufacturing exemption, the seller must make certain the correct amount of tax is charged for each item purchased. Name Contact Person Purchaser Print Form Missouri Department of Revenue Sales and Use Tax Exemption Certificate Form Telephone Number (___ ___ ___)___ ___ ___-___ ___ ___ ___ Doing Business As Name (DBA) Address City Missouri Tax I.D. Number | | | | | State | | Zip Code Describe product or services purchased exempt from tax Type of business Telephone Number (___ ___ ___)___ ___ ___-___ ___ ___ ___ Address City State (Missouri Retailers must have a Missouri Tax I.D. Number) Retailer’s Missouri Tax I.D. Number ___________________. (Resale certificate cannot be taken by seller in good faith unless the purchaser is registered in Missouri) r Purchases by Manufacturer or Wholesaler for Wholesale: Home State: ___________ (Missouri Tax I.D. Number may not be required) r Purchases by Motor Vehicle Dealer: Missouri Dealer License Number ____________________________ Manufacturing Full Exemptions
How-to-Use Guide EIZO’s ColorEdge color management monitor supports a wide variety of creative work. This guidebook provides an introduction to calibration using ColorNavigator, EIZO's dedicated calibration software. If you use ColorNavigator with your ColorEdge monitor, you can achieve accurate display Retouching digital tailored to your purpose. photos Printing Creating Web content Viewing microbes Creating videos For example, when creating printed material… Creating on your ColorEdge monitor Retouch Printed material Working on the same Completed output ColorEdge calibrated with ColorNavigator for correct display Apply identical adjustment values Being able to check the colors of the completed printed material on your screen improves work efficiency and product quality! Creating on a regular monitor Retouch Smooth interactions between remote locations Printed material Completed United States of America Incorrect display on an uncalibrated monitor 2 Japan It takes time and effort and costs money to correct printed material when the screen output differs from the actual print. 3 4 STEPS Easy! ST EP 1 4 ST EP First master the basics 3 -step monitor calibration Preparing the sensor For the CG series Launch ColorNavigator For Windows Double-click on the butterfly icon in the Dock Click on the button. For Measuring Instrument, select the sensor name, click on the Next > button, and follow the instructions on the screen. Proceed PC Confirm in advance Before launching the program, make sure that your monitor and PC are connected by a USB cable. Attach the external calibration sensor to the monitor. For Measuring Instrument, select “Internal calibration sensor” and for Standard Measuring Instrument, select “None”, and click on the Next > button. For Mac Double-click on the butterfly icon For the CX and CS series Upstream When the sensor is placed on the screen, click on the Proceed button. Downstream - Tilting the monitor upward fixes the sensor in place and makes color measurements easier. - After turning on the monitor, it is necessary to wait 60 minutes while the adjustment results from the external calibration sensor are saved to the built-in correction sensor.
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A. Photography, Film, Video and Audio. – The IHSAA is the owner of the rights to and the copyright holder of all IHSAA Audio & Visual Works, which includes all still photographs taken of IHSAA Tournament Series events, all film, videotape and audiotape of IHSAA Tournament Series events and the live audio and visual broadcasts of IHSAA Tournament Series events. Still photography, filming, videotaping and audio recording is prohibited at IHSAA Tournament Series events, except as expressly and specifically authorized by the IHSAA. B. All video, broadcast, title and broadcast rights for IHSAA Tournament events are the exclusive property of the Indiana High School Athletic Association, Inc. IHSAA Tournament events cannot be reproduced, rebroadcast or used for any other purposes without the express written consent of the IHSAA. C. Participating Schools 1. Representatives of participating schools are authorized to take still photographs of IHSAA Tournament Series events. 2. Representatives of participating schools are authorized to film, videotape and audiotape IHSAA Tournament Series events only if the principals of the participating schools receive advanced permission from the host school principal at sectional, regional or semistate sites, or from Jason Wille at the offices of the IHSAA (317-846-6601) for state championship events. 3. Still photographs, films, videos or audiotapes may not be used to review decisions of game officials. 4. Under no circumstance may still photographs, films, videos or audiotapes, in full or in part, be used for any commercial purpose, unless authorized by, and a rights fee has been paid to, the IHSAA. 5. Videotaping, filming, and still photography are not an authorized Tournament Series expenditure and if done, are at the sole expense of the participating school. D. Media 1. Members of the media are authorized, without paying a fee, to take still photographs and take short film, video and audio clips of IHSAA Tournament Series events for print and electronic news coverage. 2. Members of the media must obtain advanced permission from the host school principal to...
Durham, Raleigh rank high for jobs Durham is up and Raleigh is down in a new ranking of the nation's best cities for creating and keeping jobs. Both ranked among the top 10 among large cities nationwide, according to an annual analysis by the Milken Institute, a California think tank. Durham zoomed to No. 6, up from No. 21 last year. The Raleigh-Cary metropolitan area, which was No. 2 last year, fell to No. 10. Such reports can help boost this region's economy by attracting new residents and businesses, economic development officials have said. But being ranked among the nation's "best-performing cities" is relative, considering the economy. "'Best performing' sometimes means retaining what you have," Ross DeVol, lead author of the report, said in a prepared statement. "In a period of recession, the index highlights metros that have adapted to weather the storm." In Durham, the report found, "existing home prices barely fell and are already recovering. Positive net migration has helped buoy the housing market as well; the area remains a magnet for young professionals." Raleigh-Cary ranks fifth in total job growth nationwide over the past five years, according to the report. http://www.newsobserver.com/business/v-print/story/186903.html
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I.R.S. SPECIFICATIONS TO BE REMOVED BEFORE PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS TO PRINTERS 1913 FORM 1040, PAGE 1 OF 4 MARGINS; TOP 1⁄2”, CENTER SIDES. PRINTS: HEAD TO HEAD PAPER: WHITE WRITING, SUB. 20. INK: BLACK FLAT SIZE: 81⁄2” x 11” PERFORATE: ON FOLD DO NOT PRINT — DO NOT PRINT — DO NOT PRINT — DO NOT PRINT TO BE FILLED IN BY COLLECTOR. Action Revised proofs requested TO BE FILLED IN BY INTERNAL REVENUE BUREAU. INCOME TAX. File No. THE PENALTY District of FOR FAILURE TO HAVE THIS RETURN IN THE HANDS OF THE COLLECTOR OF INTERNAL REVENUE ON OR BEFORE MARCH 1 IS $20 TO $1,000. Date received Signature O.K. to print Form 1040. List. No. Date Assessment List Page Line (SEE INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGE 4.) UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE. RETURN OF ANNUAL NET INCOME OF INDIVIDUALS. (As provided by Act of Congress, approved October 3, 1913.) RETURN OF NET INCOME RECEIVED OR ACCRUED DURING THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 191 . (FOR THE YEAR 1913, FROM MARCH 1, TO DECEMBER 31.) Filed by (or for) of (Full name of individual.) (Street and No.) in the City, Town, or Post Office of State of (Fill in pages 2 and 3 before making entries below.) 1. GROSS INCOME (see page 2, line 12) $ 2. GENERAL DEDUCTIONS (see page 3, line 7) $ 3. NET INCOME $ Deductions and exemptions allowed in computing income subject to the normal tax of 1 per cent. 4. Dividends and net earnings received or accrued, of corpora$ tions, etc., subject to like tax. (See page 2, line 11) 5. Amount of income on which the normal tax has been deducted and withheld at the source. (See page 2, line 9, column A) 6. Specific exemption of $3,000 or $4,000, as the case may be. (See Instructions 3 and 19) Total deductions and exemptions. (Items 4, 5, and 6) 7. TAXABLE INCOME on which the normal tax of 1 per cent is to be calculated. (See Instruction 3)
February 2013 John L. Greene, Research Forester, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Research Triangle Park, NC William C. Siegel, Attorney and USDA Forest Service Volunteer, River Ridge, LA William L. Hoover, Professor of Forestry, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Mark Koontz, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN The Office of the Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service reviewed this publication and made valuable suggestions for improvement. Supersedes “Forest Landowners’ Guide to the Federal Income Tax,” Agriculture Handbook No. 718, issued March 2001. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, and where applicable, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or a part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD). To file a complaint of discrimination write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (800) 795-3272 (voice) or (202) 720-6382 (TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Today, at least half of the industrial software development is connected to business application development. During the past ten years, requirements on functionality of business applications have been slowly changing. This shift consists of moving from the command-based applications to the applications of workflow and groupware type. In other words, the shift can be described as moving from the traditional, “humanassisting” systems, to a new generation of “humanassisted” systems. A human-assisting system helps a human being only to perform certain activities, e.g. to write a letter, to print an invoice, to complete a transaction, etc. The relations between these activities, and the aim of the whole process are beyond the understanding of the system, but are a prerogative of the human participant. In a human-assisted system, the roles are reversed, the system has a complete picture of the process and is involved in all activities. Only when the system cannot perform some activity on its own, it will ask the human participant for assistance. The difference between the old and new generations is essential, and it can be traced in all aspects of system development, as shown in table 1. A new generation of applications is aimed at “controlling” business processes. Designing an appropriate “control” system presumes that the nature of the process that we want to control is fully understood. That is why in table 1, the traditional data modeling is substituted by process modeling.