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SCRIP

Cardiology A clinical trial–Stanford Coronary Risk Intervention Project that studied the effect of intensive multiple risk factor reduction on M&M and prevention of new atherosclerotic lesions in Pts with moderate CAD. See Coronary artery disease.
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For a detailed discussion of the issues in this area, see "Deferral of Income From Sales of Gift Cards," by Maribeth Quilao, CPA, in the November 2013 issue of The Tax Adviser.
6%) said they like receiving retail gift cards because they can purchase what they want, and 87.
A very popular gift-card offer is to give your customers a $10 gift card for every $100 they spend.
In order to reduce controversy, the IRS and Treasury have concluded that a taxpayer that sells gift cards redeemable through other entities in an eligible gift card sale should be treated in the same manner as a taxpayer that sells gift cards redeemable only by that entity.
CashStar cofounder and CEO David Stone explains, "By leveraging our patent pending offer management platform, Dippin' Dots can now deliver personalized incentives and coupons in conjunction with their gift cards or as standalone incentives to drive sales.
Later, the season saw at least one instance of an organized ring of thieves using gift cards to manufacture fake debit and credit cards with stolen debit and credit card numbers.
Summary: Postilion, a leading provider of software solutions for self-service banking and payments and a division of S1 Corporation (NASDAQ: SONE), today announced that Marks & Spencer has completed the implementation of a gift card program based on Postilion solutions.
The customer can then select the value of the gift card, add a personal message, and enter the cell phone number of the recipient.
The taxpayer recognizes income from the sale of gift cards under Regs.
Gun stores and gift cards are a perfect fit, Hall says, because due to legal issues, "you can't buy guns for someone else, so buying a gift card just makes sense.
The National Retail Federation said 2006 holiday sales (those occurring in November and December) of gift cards were $27.