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A BlackBerry Z10 purchased at the sale price of $99 CAD/USD will be considered a taxable benefit to you as an employee, even for purchases made on behalf of family and friends. Employees will see an additional $225 CAD/USD of income on their pay stub and a corresponding deduction for the taxes at their individual tax rate. For most employees, this deduction will amount to roughly $55 to $100 CAD/USD. EPP and Payroll cannot provide a specific formula to determine the impact to your net pay, as the amount of additional income tax deducted is determined by your individual tax rate and the number of BlackBerry Z10 purchased. Taxable Benefit Canada United States United Kingdom France, Italy, Spain, Germany Sweden $225 $225 £142 € 177 1614 Kr The taxable benefit will appear on your September and\or October pay, depending on your countries pay schedule. BlackBerry is required to apply this taxable benefit because these promotions represent a significant discount from suggested retail pricing. If you have any questions please contact email@example.com
El objetivo fundamental de la carta de presentación es doble; por un lado, pretende suscitar el interés de quien va a recibir tu candidatura, de manera que lea tu Curriculum Vitae con la atención que merece; por otro lado pone de relieve los datos específicos de tu Curriculum Vitae, que hacen de tí la persona idónea para ese puesto. La carta de presentación puede cumplir dos funciones: - Responder a una oferta publicada en prensa, tablón de anuncios, etc… - Presentar una candidatura espontánea Conviene no olvidar que la carta puede ser tan importante como el curriculum, ya que en ella no se describen conocimientos, pero sí actitudes: refleja el interés que tiene el/la candidata/a por la empresa y el puesto de trabajo que solicita, la capacidad de comunicación e incluso dejar ver una parte de su personalidad.
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Description and history of site: It was previously a warehouse structure and a former bakery site. Current and future zoning: The space is currently zoned F (Neighborhood Commercial District). No zoning change is needed. Proposed Project: The developers have agreed to remove the proposed fence along Taylor Ave, to replace the exterior façade of the hotel building with “full width” brick, metal, or cement board (EIF’s material will not be used), to work with Park Central Development on the landscaping plans for the site, and to construct a 3 story building at the corner of Chouteau and Taylor. All 3 stories of the building will be retail or office space. Parking: The corner building has a proposed 6-space parking lot on the north side of the building. This would be adjacent to the hotel’s 111space parking lot. 904-920 S. Taylor – 3 Story Commercial Building Project Costs: Total (land acquisition, soft costs, and hard costs): $1,850,000.00 Projected Real Estate Taxes After Completion of Project: $190,000.00 annually (for hotel and 3 story corner building) _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Park Central Recommendation: Support of 10-Year Tax Abatement with the following conditions: Remove curb cut and parking lot on the north side of the building. Construct building utilizing brick on all 4 sides of the exterior. 904-920 S. Taylor – 3 Story Commercial Building Current Condition Looking East 904-920 S. Taylor – 3 Story Commercial Building Looking Northwest 904-920 S. Taylor – 3 Story Commercial Building Site Plan
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Why is tourism not identified in the National Accounts? Tourism is not identified as an industry. Industries are identified as the sum of all businesses which undertake a similar activity: eg. All businesses which manufacture clothes will be identified as the “Clothes Manufacturing” industry. Tourism comprises businesses which undertake many different activities: eg. Businesses which supply: Accommodation services, restaurant meals, transport, tourist attractions, retail services, tourist attractions, taxi services, etc. Tourism is defined by the activities of a particular type of Consumer, and not by a particular type of Supplier. The World Tourism Organisation UNWTO definition of Tourism is: “Tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not related to the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited.” This is a demand side definition, not a supply side definition. 1 Satellitesto the National Accounts Satellites to the National Accounts TOTAL NATIONAL ACCOUNTS IT Tourism Core National Accounts Environment Transport Others Main economic measures of tourism Economic measures for Tourism $160 $140 Value $ billion $120 $100 $100 Inputs $80 Product Taxes $60 $40 Value Added $10 $30 $30 $30 Consumption $20 $10 Gross Domestic Product Gross Value Added $0 From Consumption, we can say that Tourism is a $140 billion industry. From the GDP and GVA measures we can say that Tourism directly contributes X% to the country’s total GDP and Y% to total GVA. The TSA also allows us to say how much of the country’s exports directly result from Tourism and how much of total employment directly results from Tourism.
Municipal bonds are debt obligations issued by states, cities, counties and other governmental entities to raise money to build schools, highways, hospitals and sewer systems, as well as many other projects for the public good. When you purchase a municipal bond, you are lending money to an issuer who promises to pay you a specified amount of interest (usually paid semi-annually) and return the principal on a specific maturity date. Not all municipal bonds offer tax exemptions from both federal and state taxes. Taxable municipal bonds are taxable at the federal level, but may offer state, and often local, tax exemption on interest paid to investors who reside in the state of issuance.