CPEO


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AcronymDefinition
CPEOCenter for Public Environmental Oversight
CPEOChildhood Partial Epilepsy with Occipital Paroxysms
CPEOChronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia (ophthalmological malady)
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The CPEO rules lay to rest certain issues that have arisen with PEOs, giving businesses that use them more assurance that they will not be liable for employment taxes.
The advantage of a CPEO is that it clarifies the tax treatment of the issues discussed here.
Certification affects the employment tax liabilities of both the CPEO and its clients.
The IRS continues to process CPEO applications and those applicants not yet receiving a notice of certification will receive a decision from the IRS in coming weeks and months.
18,16) Crutch glasses were given for 2 patients with CPEO and frontalis sling was not done due to absence of Bell's phenomenon.
Accordingly, unlike with CPEO service agreements, the employer remains liable for payroll taxes and penalties for PEO failures.
Congress enacted the CPEO provisions to enable a CPEO to be solely liable for payroll taxes on wages it pays to its clients' employees.
Diplopia is usually not found in CPEO as the process is slow and involves both the eye simultaneously.
MATERIALS AND METHODS: From Feb 2011 to Jan 2014, out of approximately 60, 000 new cases attending the eye OPD of Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed Medical College, Barpeta, Assam, 5 cases of CPEO involving extra ocular muscles (EOM) and Levator Palpebrae Superioris (LPS) were detected.