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QEQueen of England
QEKey
QEQuantitative Easing (Japan)
QEQuod Est (Latin: Which Is)
QEQuantum Efficiency
QEQuality Engineer
QEQuality Engineering
QEQualifying Examination
QEQuantum Economics
QEQuadratic Equation
QEQuarter Ending
QEQuality Enhancement
QEQualified Entity
QEQuality Evaluation
QESpecial Handling (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
QEQuarterly Examination
QEQuality Expert
QEQuadrant Elevation
QEQualification Examiner
QEQuick, Escape
QEQuality & Efficiency Foundation, Inc (Naples, FL)
QEQuadrature Elevation
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Married taxpayers who wholly own an LLC in a community property state will not have to file a partnership return if the business is a qualified entity and they treat it as a disregarded entity.
* The qualified entity would pay a fee that covers CMS' cost of making the data available.
2010-32 are met, the IRS will respect the intention of a qualified entity (defined below) to be treated as a flowthrough entity (i.e., as a partnership or disregarded as an entity separate from its owner (a disregarded entity)) rather than treat the qualified entity as an association taxable as a corporation.
Prior to the enactment of IRC section 761(f), husband-and-wife businesses (excluding mere co-owners) were required to file a partnership return pursuant to IRC section 6031 (a), unless they could elect out of partnership classification under IRC section 761(a), or unless the business was a "qualified entity" that consisted solely of community property owned by both spouses, as provided in Revenue Procedure 2002-69.
A qualified entity is a business entity that is wholly owned by a husband and wife as community property under the laws of a state, foreign country or U.S.
UAV Airways is a UK CAA Approved National Qualified Entity that provides UAV training, including qualifying future UAV pilots.
In this case, there is no qualified entity on the acquiring side of the transaction.
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