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due date

n.
The date at which an infant is expected to be born, calculated from the date of the last menstrual period.

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Q. How many women actually give birth on their EDD (expected delivery date)? I am pregnant and my EDD is January 22nd. I was wondering what are the chances I will give birth on that day exactly?

A. If it's your first pregnancy, you probably will give birth after your EDD, as first pregnancies tend to be longer. Your EDD is after a full 40 weeks of pregnancy. It is most common to give birth between 38- 42 weeks of pregnancy.

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These new due dates have generally been advocated by the AICPA and state CPA societies for several years to create a more logical flow of information and help taxpayers and tax professionals in filing timely and accurate tax returns.
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Shortage costs as for example, backorder and transportation expediting costs are incurred when jobs are completed after their due dates (Mazzini & Armentano, 2001).
Midwives told Miss Jones that there was a one in 100 chance of having her first child on the due date.
A common mistake made by tax practitioners responsible for filing consolidated returns is missing the due date for filing a corporation's separate return when it is acquired by a consolidated group.
Due dates are set for the new jobs and they too enter into the various work centers and compete for resources.
If the first installment would be due before the 15th day of the fourth month of the corporation's short year, the first installment would be due on the next due date following the 15th day of the fourth month of the corporation's tax year.
Assume the due date is in cell A3 and you want an alert five days in advance.
In many States, the due date for filing corporate income or franchise tax returns is the same as the filing date for the federal tax return (e.
The IRS extended the due dates for filing tax returns and paying taxes until February 28, 2006, the same extension date that Congress granted to taxpayers affected by Hurricane Katrina.
The Service has now broadened that relief, giving new entities until their unextended return due dates to request relief from a late election, even if that date is more than six months after the initial classification election should have been made.