AJCA

AcronymDefinition
AJCAAmerican Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (US)
AJCAAmerican Jersey Cattle Association
AJCAAll Japan Coffee Association (est. 1980)
AJCAAssociation of Juvenile Compact Administrators
AJCAAll Japan Cooks Association
AJCAAlabama Junior Cattlemen’s Association
AJCAAmerican Junior Chianina Association
AJCAArkansas Junior Cattlemen's Association
AJCAAustralian Journal of Chinese Affairs
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Section 7874 of the Internal Revenue Code ("IRC") was added in 2004 when Congress passed the AJCA in an attempt to eliminate tax benefits for companies that inverted but did not restructure.
743 in the AJCA, the mandatory basis adjustment rules were changed to require a partnership to adjust the basis of partnership property upon the sale or exchange of a partnership interest or upon the death of a partner if the partnership has a substantial built-in loss immediately after the transfer.
"Weekly coffee consumption has been constantly increasing and reached 10.93 cups in 2010, an increase of 0.33 cup per week from 2008 among which 4.69 cups were consumed as soluble coffee while 3.27 cups were consumed as roast and ground," per the AJCA report.
(352) In 2004, section 877 was amended again and expanded by the AJCA. (353) Four significant changes were made.
apparently spent more than $1 million each lobbying for the AJCA, the
109-222), and the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (AJCA; P.L.
She's in Malvern, Pa., this week where she is tied for eighth going into the final round of the AJCA McDonald's Betsy Rawls Girls Championship.
Kevin Warsh (2006) argued that the rise in cash holdings in recent years may reflect the impact of the Homeland Investment Act, a provision of the American Jobs Creation Act (AJCA) of 2004.
The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 (AJCA) made significant changes to the rules governing charitable contributions when the contributed property is a vehicle.
Elwes also has found a way of financing pics via the controversial federal initiative called Section 181, enacted as part of 2004's American Jobs Creation Act (AJCA).