Web Corporate software and supporting database is installed on the user organisation's server and provides a graphical wallchart display of current workloads, enabling managers to book and allocate jobs easily, as well as quickly identify available resources, the company said.
Some auditors already document their work and complete and retain
their audit documentation in a manner consistent with SAS no.
Courts will readily find an implied agreement for the transferor to retain
the income from the property transferred to an FLP unless the facts establish to the contrary.
Would a desert amphibian retain
its moisture best by wiping a plastic-like coating all over its skin, or not?
Due to its record-only capability, another government regulation (SEC Rule 17a-4) requires the use of unalterable WORM (write-once read-many) storage media to retain
records for seven years.
But with Operation Enduring Freedom still under way and a war with Iraq looming large, all branches of the service are under intense pressure to retain
as many capable soldiers as they can.
these inclusions in the gating system, keeping castings clean.
01(2), a taxpayer's request for an RRLA must identify and describe the records that it proposes not to retain
and explain why those records will not become material for the administration of any internal revenue law.
firm business records to comply with IRS requirements.
2036, the District Court considered (1) whether or not there was a bona fide sale in the transfer of assets to the partnership controlled by the son; and (2) whether or not an express or implied agreement existed that the decedent would retain
the economic benefit of the property.
New government regulations aimed at protecting consumers and investors are requiring businesses to retain
much more data, for longer periods of time.
In order to capture and retain
what is really important in the universe of e-mail across an enterprise, organizations have to take the difficult step of defining the types of e-mail content that warrant retention.