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AcronymDefinition
FEESFiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing
FEESFlexible Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing
FEESFlorida Energy Extension Service
FEESFloquet Edge-Excited Surface
FEESField Evaluation & Examinations System
FEESForaminal Epidural Endoscopic Surgery
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DeConcini noted that fees for citizenship applications have increased four times in eight years.
Because "[i]nvestment advice and management fees are commonly incurred outside of trusts" the court reasoned, "these costs are not exempt under section 67(e)(1) and are required to meet the two percent floor of section 67(a)" Id.
Essentially, the legal fees and costs are afforded an above-the-line deduction.
Link Award Fees to Desired Outcomes (GAO Recommendation 1)
While he says no state has discounted the fees it charges on new tire sales, he says some states are increasing their fees and diverting a portion into other waste management areas or into their general funds.
You can avoid unforeseen fees by keeping these travel tips in mind when buying your next plane ticket:
People who support the fees say that schools strapped for cash would have to cut their activities if students didn't pay to play.
Yet in the past four years, the Bush team has rewarded their faith with boosts in immigration fees that amount to a big tax increase.
It ruled that the fact that the statute expressly prohibits a mortgage lender from imposing fees for payoff letters demanded in writing, does not grant license to impose unwarranted and unauthorized fees merely because the mortgagor happens to request the payoff documents by telephone.
Fees paid by the account-holding institution to the operator of a shared or interchange ATM system need not be disclosed, unless they are imposed on the consumer by the account-holding institution.
A three per cent increase in terminal fees and a five per cent increase in landing fees will take effect April 1, Scott McFadden, president and chiefexecutive officer of Thunder Bay International Airport Authority says.
The Recreational Fee Demonstration Program, established in 1996, permitted the Forest Service (USFS), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), National Park Service (NPS), and Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to charge the public new admission fees in hundreds of public-land sites around the country.