VDA

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AcronymDefinition
VDAVerband Der Automobilindustrie E.V. (German Automobile Industry Association)
VDAVilniaus Dailes Akademija (Lithuanian: Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts)
VDAVendor Driven Architecture
VDAVascular Disrupting Agent (oncology drug)
VDAVerband Der Automobilindustrie
VDAVirtual Destination Application
VDAVideo Display Adapter
VDAOvda, Israel (Airport Code)
VDAVirginia Department for the Aging
VDAVirtual Desktop Access (Windows)
VDAVariational Data Assimilation (meteorology)
VDAVoluntary Disclosure Agreement (taxes)
VDAVirginia Dental Association
VDAVisual Data Analysis
VDAVapor Diffusion Apparatus (US NASA)
VDAValve Driver Assembly (US NASA)
VDAVirginia Department of Agriculture
VDAVapor Deposited Aluminum
VDAViewer Discretion Advised
VDAVampire Dark Ages (roleplaying game)
VDAVacuum Deposited Aluminum
VDAVertical Descent Angle
VDAVampire/Donor Alliance
VDAVisual Discriminatory Acuity
VDAVertical Danger Angle
VDAVice-Dean / Academic
VDAVariable Depth Array
VDAVehicle Diagnostic Agent
VDAViewdata Corporation
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Unlike the historic qualifications (see www.ftb.org), trusts with beneficiaries within California will be able to enter into a Voluntary Disclosure Agreement (VDA) with the FTB.
The name of the Florida taxpayer must be disclosed to the FDOR prior to the execution of the voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA).
A voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA) is an agreement used in situations where a taxpayer proactively discloses prior years' tax liabilities previously not known by the state.
Under the so-called voluntary disclosure agreement, Greeks with previously unreported income in Swiss banks would be able to disclose it by paying a potential tax of 15 percent.
An NFP that discovers it may have unpaid state tax liabilities can often participate in a voluntary disclosure agreement (VDA) to come into compliance with state tax laws.
Under a voluntary disclosure agreement, a company typically agrees to register and pay its current and future taxes.
In addition, the New York City finance commissioner has the discretion to enter into an installment agreement to enable the taxpayer to comply with the voluntary disclosure agreement. The commissioner is precluded from using any information included in the voluntary disclosure application as evidence in any proceeding brought against the taxpayer or reveal the contents of the disclosure to any enforcement entity other than the U.S.
Liability may also be mitigated by the opportunity to enter into a voluntary disclosure agreement with a state.
Many states administratively present their voluntary disclosure agreement processes as routine and automatic.
A business can negotiate a voluntary disclosure agreement to limit prior income, franchise, sales, use and other tax exposure and penalties.
Generally, it is the taxpayer's responsibility to submit the first draft of a proposed voluntary disclosure agreement. The state reviews that draft and may suggest changes, some of which might be material to the taxpayer's financial position.
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