SPRINT WIRELINE ADDITIONAL BUSINESS CHARGES, FEES, SURCHARGES, AND TAXES In addition to any applicable Rates, Sprint will invoice you for taxes, fees and other charges as may be required by any federal, state, local or foreign government.
143 Taxes, Fees, Surcharges State and Local Taxes The State of Texas is exempt from paying certain taxes such as state and local (City, Transit Authority, etc. ) sales tax. ¹ During the solicitation process, the ordering entity shall notify the bidders that purchases made for the state are not ...
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Under no circumstances are any premiums subject to both the surcharges under Chapter 23 and the taxes and surcharge under Chapter 33 of the West Virginia Code.
If the extra savings are less than $150 billion, the 1% and 1.5% health care surcharges would increase by a factor of two (i.e., 2% and 3%). If the extra savings exceed $150 billion but are less than $175 billion, the 1% and 1.5% health care surcharges would remain unchanged.
FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK IN ECONOMICS AND FINANCE ATM Surcharges James J. McAndrews The recent spread of ATM surcharges has sparked significant debate among consumers, policymakers, and ATM owners.
BEFORE THE SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD STB EX PARTE No. 661 RAIL FUEL SURCHARGES COMMENTS OF BNSF RAILWAY COMPANY BNSF Railway Company ("BNSF") submits these comments in response to the August 3, 2006 decision of the Surface Transportation Board (the "Board") in Ex Parte No. 661 regarding rail ...
Surcharges Mascidon LLC, 248-568-0418 Surcharges Raw materials are often subject to surcharges. For instance, copper raw materials may be purchased
SPRINT RESIDENTIAL WIRELINE FEES AND SURCHARGES MATRIX. As of June 1, 2011. Some or all of the following charges may apply to your calling plan. The charges described in this Section are in addition to all other rates and are not taxes or otherwise required by the government.
3 Executive Summary The Clearing House (TCH) commissioned this study to answer four questions: 1. How much additional capital would be required by U.S. banks to meet the proposed Basel III minimum-capital ratios and the proposed G-SIB capital surcharge?