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file

 [fīl]
a collection of records, which may constitute a database or be a component of one.
digital file a patient record or part of a record that has been converted to a format that can be transmitted or viewed on a computer.

file

(fīl),
A tool for smoothing, grinding, or cutting.

file

noun A basic unit of storage on a computer; a collection of data which can be stored, accessed and transferred as a single unit. A file may contain text, calculations, graphics or software routines.
 
verb To store information.

file

Informatics noun A basic unit of storage on a computer; a collection of data that can be stored, accessed, and transferred as a single unit; a file may contain text, calculations, graphics, or software routines. See Client-user options file, Corrupted file, RSV file verb To store information.

file

(fīl)
Dental instrument used to crush large calculus deposits and to smooth, grind, and cut. Its working-end has several cutting edges.
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Their combined household tax bill would be $15,366, compared to $17,226.50 if they'd filed jointly.--L.
This group has held several day-long sessions and numerous conference calls to review every form and schedule a corporate taxpayer may file in an attempt to determine which forms could be filed in XML format and which could be filed in other formats (such as PDF files and on paper).
1.882-4(a)(2) in 1990, explicitly requiring a timely filed return as a prerequisite for receiving the benefit of deductions.
Though denials are rare, the IRS says, there are circumstances when approval is not granted, such as whether the background check yields a report from the FBI, if you owe money to the IRS or if you haven't filed all of your taxes.
If the software has any doubts as to where the document should be filed, it consults the user for suggestions.
* Comments on codification of the economic substance doctrine and tax shelter penalty provisions, filed with the Senate Committee on Finance, House Committee on Ways and Means, and the U.S.
Reasonable cause for not e-filing with the FTB also would be allowed for forms that are not supported by tax preparation software, or that are not able to be filed with the IRS since state filing is dependent upon films with the IRS.
We correspond via e-mail, often with reports, schedules, meeting notices, and policies as electronic attachments, all of which are filed electronically.
(A taxpayer's situation may fall in more than one area of the bankruptcy law.) The consequences vary depending on the provisions under which a petition is filed. Taxpayers must consider these possibilities carefully before they decide on a course of action.
109-8), which generally went into effect for bankruptcy petitions filed after Oct.
However, an extension request must still be made on a timely filed Form 8809, but an explanation and signature are no longer required.