A formal written recognition by the author(s) of a report, study, review, or other communication, of technical, financial, or collaborative contributions by others not listed as authors of the published work.
In academic publications writers do name or refer to others, particularly in their acknowledgements. 'Terms of address', as used in this study, refers to names used by students variously seen as 'acknowledgers' or 'thankers' (e.g.
Acknowledgements in academic publications are written forms of the speech act of thanking.
Example 2 -- Assume that in order to entice Ted to donate his auto, the agent promised to issue a written acknowledgement to Ted indicating a gross proceeds sales price equal to the blue book retail value of $8,400, instead of the actual auctioned price of $4,000.
31,2005, O must provide an acknowledgement to B containing B's name and TIN, the VIN, a statement that the date of the contribution was Oct.
31, 2005, O must provide an acknowledgement to C containing C's name and TIN, the VIN, a statement that the date of the contribution was Oct, 1,2005, a certification stating that O will sell the qualified vehicle to a needy individual at a price significantly below FMV, and a certification that the sale is in direct furtherance of O's charitable purpose.
The acknowledgement is considered contemporaneous if the taxpayer obtains the acknowledgement on or before the earlier of the date on which the taxpayer files a return for the taxable year of the contribution or the due date, including extensions, for filing the return.
"Although the busy time of completing SAF forms came to an end on May 15, it is imperative that farmers look carefully at the acknowledgement letter they receive from their Welsh Government Divisional Office," said FUW's Meirionnydd county executive officer Huw Jones.
The FTA paper states that pending the development of a full-fledged "Acknowledgement System" within the ACH system, States may wish to adopt a Tele-tax option whereby a taxpayer could call the tax agency and determine whether the payment was received.