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JCTJunction
JCTJournal of Combinatorial Theory
JCTJerusalem College of Technology
JCTJoint Contracts Tribunal (UK build contracts governing body)
JCTJournal Control Table
JCTJob Control Table
JCTJewish Colonial Trust (est. 1899; London, UK)
JCTJournal of Coatings Technology
JCTJournal of Curriculum Theorizing
JCTJohn Christner Trucking
JCTJapan Chain Terminal
JCTJohnson City Transit
JCTJoint Committee of Taxation
JCTJagatjit Cotton and Textile Mills (India)
JCTJapanese Consumption Tax (est. 1989)
JCTJuxtacanalicular Connective Tissue
JCTJob Characteristics Theory
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In May, the JCT held a conference on smart medical management, signed an MOU with Vietnam's Bach Mai Hospital, and surveyed the information systems used at Vietnam's local hospitals.
Tip: Although you usually need to wait until all issues that were raised for the refund year (or group of tax years in a multiyear case) have been resolved, you may be able to obtain JCT review of a minimum refund prior to resolution of certain unagreed issues, if you are entitled to that refund regardless of the outcome of the unagreed issues and it will take substantial time to resolve those outstanding unagreed issues.
In addition to JCT, GSCCO also operates the Jubail Industrial Port (JIP) and the Northern Container Terminal (NCT) in Jeddah.
Another reserve-related tax provision that is in the House bill, but isn't in the Senate bill, would generate a $14.9 billion gain for the government over 10 years, according to the JCT analysts.
Indeed, some analysts and policymakers have argued for years that the estimates produced by CBO and JCT should include macroeconomic effects--an approach that has become known as "dynamic scoring." However, other analysts and policymakers have argued in response that including macroeconomic effects would degrade the quality and usefulness of CBO's and JCT's estimates.
Revenues will be lowered by $214 million over 2015-2024 as a result of this provision, the JCT estimates.
Also on the list is the recent proposal from the JCT that could dramatically affect the competitiveness of life insurance products--especially variable life--and annuities.
If this were a bad 1990s comedy, the pro-marijuana lobby would maneuver to ensure that the head of the JCT gives the estimation assignment to a couple of stoner staffers.
CBO and JCT now estimate that between 18 and 19 million uninsured people in 2016 will qualify for one or more of those exemptions.
In order for a tax reform proposal to be revenue neutral, JCT staff estimates therefore require higher marginal tax rates than would actually be necessary in the real world.
Care home developments in particular continue to grow, where I've acted recently for three clients, drafting JCT contracts for the design and construction of care homes in the North East and South Yorkshire.