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DNDDrugs for Neglected Diseases
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DNDDepartment of National Defence (Canada & Australia)
DNDDrag and Drop
DNDDeal or No Deal (TV game show)
DNDDo Not Disturb
DNDDeath and Decay (gaming)
DNDDone & Dusted
DNDDinner and Dance (various organizations)
DNDDo Not Duplicate
DNDDelhi Noida Direct Flyway (Indian expressway)
DNDDialable Number Delivery
DNDDid not Dial
DNDDynamic Network on Demand
DNDDen Norske Dataforening
DNDDunkin Donuts
DNDDeath and Destruction (gaming)
DNDDrunk 'n Disorderly
DNDDirect Nanoparticle Deposition
DNDDo Not Distribute
DNDDo Not Disclose
DNDDigital New Deal
DNDDid Not Dress (basketball)
DNDDo Not Detain
DNDDartmouth Name Directory
DNDDaonda (SIL code, Papua New Guinea)
DNDDutch News Digest
DNDDundee, Scotland, United Kingdom - Dundee (Airport Code)
DNDDivision of Narcotic Drugs (UN)
DNDDream and Dreamer
DNDDo Not Dispatch
DNDDepartment of National Development (Australia)
DNDDragons Never Die (gaming)
DNDDacs II Network Director
DNDDelegate 'n Disappear (military slang in Canada)
DNDDaily Newspaper Division
DNDDad 'n' Daughter (Normaned Railroad)
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(1) You do not disclose any nonpublic personal information about the consumer to any nonaffiliated third party, other than as authorized by sections 216.14 and 216.15; and
If you do not disclose, and do not wish to reserve the right to disclose, nonpublic personal information about customers or former customers to affiliates or nonaffiliated third parties except as authorized under sections 216.14 and 216.15, you may simply state that fact, in addition to the information you must provide under paragraphs (a)(1), (a)(8), (a)(9), and (b) of this section.
Confidential client information (Rule 301): Generally, CPAs do not disclose confidential information without a client's specific consent.
Specifically, it was suggested that taxpayers purposefully do not disclose items on their tax returns but rather, for some reason, hold those items in reserve.
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