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Software code reporting
[August 21, 2016 – 03:54 pm]
Software code reporting

Compensation for services performed abroad is foreign source income. For audit purposes, the place where the services are performed should be indicated in the agreement with the individual. It is not sufficient that the location where the services performed is indicated on the invoice since this is considered by the IRS to be a self-serving statement. If you have a Form W-8BEN as a certificate of foreign status (no TIN required) from the service provider and the location of the services is documented, you do not have to withhold U.S. tax on the compensation payments. You are…

Selling branded clothes
[August 19, 2016 – 03:53 pm]
Selling branded clothes

When someone decides to enter into the clothes wholesale business what form of garments can confirm to be a jackpot for him? For sure it is offering branded garments merchandise. Only smart men and women comprehend that picking up branded garments is useful for them to bring in fantastic revenue. In easy words, dealing in products which have large demand in the market is useful and brands certainly have it. Branded clothing wholesale supplies are liked by every single one irrespective of the age group. Brand name conscious individuals tremendously admire them and they try to…

What is Copyright and how it works?
[July 26, 2016 – 02:56 pm]
What is Copyright and how it works?

Orphan works—i.e., copyrighted works whose owners cannot be located—present some of the most persistently difficult challenges for libraries and archives that seek to digitize and provide digital access to their collections. As many of you know from following the work of the Berkeley Digital Library Copyright Project, orphan works are problematic for libraries because using them without permission can raise the risk of a copyright infringement suit should an owner later emerge and sue. The problem is compounded for libraries in particular because their collections are thought…

Explanation of organizational resources
[July 10, 2016 – 02:30 pm]
Explanation of organizational resources

Tom Rose, formerly an assistant vice president with Sun Life Financial, Canada’s largest insurance company, has been appointed vice president for human capital development and chief human resources officer.  The position has been open since 2010, and Rose was recruited after an extensive international search. He will oversee the human resources function for the University and will report to Kal Alston, senior vice president for human capital development,  who is excited about the opportunities that his arrival makes possible for SU.  “He is deeply intellectually engaged and…

Know-how reporting
[July 6, 2016 – 02:26 pm]
Know-how reporting

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What is Human Capital Depreciation?
[June 20, 2016 – 01:21 pm]
What is Human Capital Depreciation?

Fitch Ratings have upgraded Iceland’s status – it is now instead of -. The upgrade, as a similar move by Moody’s recently, partly stems from the EFTA Court’s Icesave ruling, which has removed uncertainty of possible state liabilities. Fitch underlines the improved economic situation, not least the debt status of the sovereign, all moving in a positive direction and gives Iceland a slightly higher rating than Moody’s and S&P. The capital controls are the great unknowns. But first, a few words on the situation in Iceland here and now, relevant to the capital controls…

Reporting of service company
[June 10, 2016 – 12:56 pm]
Reporting of service company

Travelocity Business® announces the expanded capabilities of its Travelocity Business Express solution, which now provides online travel and expense management to its clients. The new solution is a collaboration with both Certify, a leading provider of expense management software, and nuTravel Technology Solutions, an industry leader in online travel booking technology. Travelocity Business Express provides small businesses the ability to manage their travel programs with advanced mobile technology and valuable expense reporting services all from one easy-to-use location. “We…

Explain structural capital
[May 31, 2016 – 12:25 pm]
Explain structural capital

The New York Times’s Opinionator page has a wonderful blog called Borderlines, which is about maps. The posts are all by map-lover and connoisseur Frank Jacobs, who also has a blog called Strange Maps: Cartographic Curiosities. I’m a lifelong map aficionado, so am bound to like blogs like these. The Borderlines post today is about the invisible borders of family types in Europe. Observing the existence of numerous invisible cultural borders—e.g. linguistic, culinary—, Jacobs writes that some cultural categories are more persistent than the fading diversity of language. Research…

Reporting of copyright
[May 27, 2016 – 12:16 pm]
Reporting of copyright

While this course has certainly shifted my attention to specific copyright infringement cases and current events, it has also raised my understanding of the overall impact of these incidences on our culture as a whole. From large corporations, to small entrepreneurial ventures, to individual consumers, fears and concerns around copyright issues are part of our daily existence. The advent of digital music downloads really brought this issue to the public’s attention, and information, as well as misinformation, about infringement has continued to swirl around the public sphere…

Selling relational capital
[April 17, 2016 – 10:28 am]
Selling relational capital

Update: Extended deadline and contest now open to college students! See below for details. t’s been too long since I’ve had a contest on this blog, so in honor of the high school journalists I’m addressing this week, I’ve decided to host the first-ever Sexless writing contest! Winners in each category will be featured and promoted as guest bloggers on this site, so you are encouraged to research old posts to get a feel for the blog. Categories (enter up to 2): Use of metaphor : These essays will find a particular object or situation and use it as a metaphor to shed light on…

Definition of patent Medicines
[April 9, 2016 – 10:18 am]
Definition of patent Medicines

Professor Brook K. Baker Northeastern U. School of Law, Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy; Health GAP (January 26, 2007) The Mashelkar Committee in India was tasked with determining “whether it would be TRIPS compatible to limit the grant of patent for pharmaceutical substances to new chemical entity or to new medical entity involving one or more inventive steps.” In its recently released report, “Report of the Technical Expert Group on Patent Law Issues (Dec. 2006)” [Mashelkar Report], not only did the Expert Committee misinterpret India’s flexibility under international…

What is Human Capital Research?
[April 3, 2016 – 10:08 am]
What is Human Capital Research?

Posted by: Tia Kalmon KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP/The Loop) — Flunked, retained, held back. Whatever you call it, increasing numbers of states are not promoting students who are struggling to read at the end of third grade. Thirty-two states have passed legislation designed to improve third-grade literacy, according to the Education Commission of the States. Retention is part of the policies in 14 states, with some offering more leeway than others. “Passing children up the grade ladder when we know they can’t read is irresponsible — and cruel, ” said Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback in announcing…

What is Goodwill amortisation?
[April 1, 2016 – 09:51 am]
What is Goodwill amortisation?

Gary Bode, CPA: IRS Schedule C can have complex tax issues. (910) 399-2705. Schedule C CPAs  don’t see Goodwill amortization that often. Probably because most sole proprietorships start from scratch and don’t purchase an existing business. Plus they often outgrow Schedule C before hiring a CPA. But every Schedule C CPA knows complex issues arise in sole proprietorships. I’ll deal with one such issue in this post; Goodwill and how to amortize it (write it off) on Schedule C. So what’s Goodwill? Goodwill is the value of a business purchase less the fair market value of the assets…

Evaluation of secret formula
[February 29, 2016 – 08:58 am]
Evaluation of secret formula

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