FIES

AcronymDefinition
FIESFonds d'Intervention de l'Economie Sociale (French: Intervention Fund for the Social Economy)
FIESFamily Income and Expenditure Survey
FIESFederazione Italiana Esercizi Spirituali (Italian)
FIESForschen in Eigener Sache (German: Research on His Own Behalf)
FIESFellow of the Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland
FIESFullerton Interfaith Emergency Services, Inc. (California)
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And now Thwackum, having first darted some livid lightning from his fiery eyes, began to thunder forth, "Fie upon it!
From the rabble have we gone out of the way, from all those bawlers and scribe-blowflies, from the trader-stench, the ambition-fidgeting, the bad breath--: fie, to live among the rabble;
* the NRE is a "foreign investment entity" (FIE) at the end of the NRE's taxation year; and
(8) Subject to certain transitional rules, the "designated cost" will generally be equal to the sure of the participating interest's cost and past amounts included in income under the FIE Rules in respect of the participating interest.
The FIE Rules may also result in FAPI to a CFA of a Canadian taxpayer, as a CFA is deemed to be a Canadian taxpayer for purposes of applying the FIE Rules.
There are generally three classes of "exempt taxpayers" excluded from the FIE Rules: recent immigrants to Canada (resident in Canada for up to 60 months), most registered pension plans (15) and other persons exempt from Part I tax, (16) and certain Canadian resident trusts in which each beneficiary is exempt from tax.
Most important, the new laws instituted last year confirm that both FIEs and FEs are subject to the new turnover taxes.
25, 1994, the State Tax Bureau announced that goods exported by FIEs will be exempt from the VAT (instead of zero-rated under the VAT law).
The State Tax Bureau also issued a notice in October 1994 explaining that its no-refund policy should contribute to its long-term goal of equalizing the tax burden of FIEs and China's domestic enterprises.
(7) Subject to certain transitional rules, the "designated cost" will generally be equal to the sum of the participating interest's cost and past amounts included in income under the FIE Rules in respect of the participating interest.
The FIE Rules may also result in FAPI to a CFA of a Canadian taxpayer, since a CFA is deemed to be a Canadian taxpayer for purposes of applying the FIE Rules.
There are two classes of "exempt taxpayers" excluded from the FIE Rules: recent immigrants to Canada (resident in Canada for up to 60 months) and most persons (such as trusts governed by pension plans registered under the Act) expressly exempt from Part I tax.