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Instructions/Remarks: Any Technical Clarification Regarding Drawing/Specification Can Be Obtained From The Office Of Cme Office Hjp Or Office Of Rcf/Kapurthala After Payment Of Requisite Cost.
4191 would establish a program that would provide an 85% guarantee on credit union SBA loans made to members or businesses located in underserved areas and make technical clarifications to the Federal Credit Union Act to facilitate CU participation in the 504 Certified Development Companies loan program.
674 was approved to include tax credits for veterans hiring, a Treasury study of tax delinquency among federal contractors, and a technical clarification about the application of the existing federal levy program to reflect congressional intent that payments for property can be levied along with payments for goods and services.
She said some technical clarifications and editorial corrections are incorporated into the Election Code now to make the electoral process more open.
The rule also includes technical clarifications regarding water quality-based outflow limitations and use of best management practices to meet zero discharge requirements.
USDOT officials generally agreed with the information in the report and provided technical clarification, which GAO incorporated as appropriate.
Making technical clarifications of certain amnesty provisions.
The proposals approved by the Board would: (1) permit taxpayers to apply overpayments for one year against underpayments in amnesty-eligible years; (2) create a statute of limitations for the collection of delinquent taxpayer accounts by the FTB; (3) allow the FTB to extinguish taxpayer debts in inactive accounts that meet certain criteria; (4) repeal the amnesty provision that retroactively imposes all previously waived penalties, fees, and associated interest should a taxpayer fail to pay all taxes owed for the 2005 and 2006 taxable years; and (5) technical clarification to remove ambiguity from the law.