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Do I need to fill out forms other than the NEET UG for admission in AFMC, or is it included in it?
After the NEET results are out, the committee which will conduct admissions will set up an online platform for filling of choices of colleges for the eligible students. When you go to that website, you’ll clearly see a separate option for AFMC. Click on that, see ur eligibility for the admission to AFMC ( they have a separate cutoff for AFMC college admission). If you’re eligible, then you may fill the form.Coming to your question, YES , you need to fill a separate form for AFMC. But the form will be available after the results. So don’t worry about that and concentrate on your studies.Cheers and all the best!
Which one is correct, "fill in a form" or "fill out a form"?
In terms of outcome, they mean the same thing. Usage, at least in my Canadian neighbourhood, varies depending on how specific the circumstance is.[Clerk hands you a blank form.]Here, fill in this form.Here, fill this out.
What is the procedure to fill out the DU admission form? How many colleges and courses can I fill in?
It's as simple as filling any school admission form but you need to be quite careful while filling for courses ,don't mind you are from which stream in class 12 choose all the courses you feel like choosing,there is no limitations in choosing course and yes you must fill all the courses related to your stream ,additionally there is no choice for filling of college names in the application form .
What is the benefit, need and effect of asking the students to fill out feedback forms?
Yes, in almost all IITs course feedback system is implemented. Here at IIT-M , it's popularly known as TCF. For a certain physics course, our instructor was not upto the mark and hence we filled the TCF accordingly, I dont know if he/she has been questioned, but we did get a better instructor this semester,for yet another physics course.  TCF is an open way to vent out anger, by shading the omr bubbles in a certain form to resemble written text( I lost the picture), and thus trolling the course.
What is NSG? What benefits will India gain if it enters NSG? Why are other countries opposing India's membership?
NPT(nuclear non proliferation treaty ) was signed in 1968 to prevent spread of nuclear materials,technology and weapons and to develop co-operation among the nations . This treaty was signed by a total of 191 countries except for India, South Sudan,Israel and Pakistan.This treaty recognised two groups of countries namely the NWS(nuclear weapon States) comprising US, UK ,China,France and Russia and the other being NNWS(non nuclear weapon States).As per this treaty the NWS have committed to complete nuclear disarmament while the NNWS have agreed to let go of developing or acquiring nuclear weapons.India and the rest of the countries dint sign this as they must dismantle all nuclear weapons and place them under international safeguards to become a NNWS member.Indian foreign policy was against this keeping in mind security concerns, for dismantling all our nuclear weapons will makes us more vulnerable if any untowardly things happen in the future.Now let's see what NSG (nuclear suppliers group) is:This treaty was signed among 48 nuclear supplying countries to ensure nuclear trade for peaceful purposes and non proliferation on response to India's nuclear test in 1974 at Pokhran.Pokhran test,1974.This treaty laid norms for nuclear materials and technology which could exported and imported and it also prevents proliferation by banning the sale of few materials used for weapon making.Why is India seeking to become a member of NSG?India wants to become a player in this international arena where nuclear commerce norms are laid.If India becomes a member it will have better international market for export as well as for import of nuclear related materials.For building nuclear reactors, for providing energy we need nuclear materials .By becoming a member of NSG we can have better access of nuclear materials .All nuclear based programmes of India is being run on indigenous technology. By becoming a member of NSG we will have access to sophisticated foreign technologies.By becoming a member India can also sell it's Indigineous technology therby giving Make In India a facelift.Why are certain countries opposing India's entry into NSG?India has been trying to get into NSG since 2022. While India is being backed by United States,Switzerland and Mexico for its membership of NSG,it is being opposed by China ,New Zealand,South Africa and Pakistan on the basis that:A country which is a non signatory of NPT ,CTBT etc shouldnt be given a NSG membership.China is putting forward their arguments on the basis that if India is to be granted a seat in NSG ,then all other South Asian countries like Pakistan which were non-signatory of NPT should be granted a seat too.Meanwhile Pakistan is opposing India's entry merely because it doesn't want India to possess high end technologies in the nuclear field.And Pakistan also fears that if India becomes a member it could prevent it from becoming a member just like how China is currently down voting India.So we are left to wait until June 24th ,2022 ,when the NSG members are set to meet in Seoul regarding this issue to know whether the tables turn in favour of India or not.Image source:google
Are there any people in the UK who believe their laws on guns are right?
I’ve lived in the UK for most of my life - I’m Scottish and apart from working abroad in Spain for a few years and China for the odd contract here and there - I’ve spent most of my life in Scotland and I’ve never met a single person who wants US style gun laws.I don’t live in a political bubble - I know conservatives, hardcore socialists, centrists, Scottish separatists, Greens, Welsh separatists, Irish Unionists, pretty much folk from all over the Scottish and British political spectrum from High Tory to Momentum, and I’ve never met a single person in favour of relaxing the gun laws. Literally, not a single person. I’ve met more people who see the future in dreams and believe in “little people” or think that aliens built the pyramids than I’ve met who are in favour of changing the gun laws, because in both of the former cases I’ve met N0 people in that category, that’s how fringe it is. This includes gun owners of which I’ve known a couple, both farmers incidentally, because it’s actually totally legal to own a gun in the UK if you have a good reason for it and fill out the appropriate forms etc.So, if you are seriously asking if there are any people in the UK are in favour of our gun laws, a way of phrasing it that suggests doubt that such people exist, well it’s over 95% according to the polls I’ve seen, so duh, yes.If there were significant numbers of people in favour - like more than a couple of percent, people would vote for political parties that said they would change it. I sometimes see on Quora people who seem to think that we’ve had our guns ripped out of our hands by an oppressive government or something when in fact governments that we have voted for both Conservative, Labour and in Scotland, SNP, have enacted more or less what the public has acted for. Normally, those three groupings would have difficulty agreeing that 2+2=4 so what does it tell you that they agree on this? It tells you that voting against something supported by 95% of the population plus is electoral suicide, that’s what it tells you.The “docile Brits have their guns taken away by totalitarian government” claim totally fails to take into account that the UK is actually a democracy where the government has to operate within broad public opinion. Now, in many cases this is not the case because no democracy is perfect, and the USA is no better in this repsect, but this is one time when successive governments have been very much in line with what people actually want.The truth is that the UK is pro gun restrictions for a couple of reasons. The first is that we’ve never had a culture of gun ownership. I’ve seen a few US far right propagandiists argue agaisnt this by randomly cherry picking a few data points like some 19th century advert for pistols or whatever to make out that the UK used to be like the USA in this respect before Evil Government took our gunz away. this argument forgets that the UK is actually a real country with real people. If the UK ever had a culture of mass gun ownership in the past, we’d have heard of it. We have grandparents, great-grandparents etc. Funnily enough, none of mine ever mentioned owning a gun. It doesn’t get mentioned much in novels or history books either because it was never especially common. Why would it be? The US has a history of having a frontier where people had to defend themselves. The UK has been settled since ancient times. I don’t live in a remote ranch in Montana where I have to defend myself from bears and intruders. I live in a conurbation of 2 million in central Scotland where if there’s a problem, I can have a squad of cops with machine guns on site in under 4 minutes.It never ceases to amaze me how some people fail to grasp that things are different in other countries not because people are being oppressed or just haven’t seen the light, but because people actually want different things as a result of having a different culture to begin with. I have zero interest in guns and I see no benefit in owning one because I’m not a farmer who needs to shoot foxes.The second reason why British people are in favour of our gun laws is that they work. This brings us onto the second line of attack against British gun laws, which is to portray the UK as some sort of violent hellhole where our oppressed citizens live in fear from criminals because we can’t defend ourselves. I don’t want to repeat myself because I’ve already gone into some detail here : Do you think that the British are happier that they don’t have to worry about if someone is armed or not?However, I will ask three questions - if you think that the UK is unusually violent:a) Are you happy walking through the streets of a major city from downtown to home at 2am alone and unarmed? Would you do this in Baltimore, Detroit or Saint Louis? Cos I do that all the time in Glasgow which statistically has one of the highest crime rates in the UK and not only has nothing ever happened to me, nothing has ever come close to happening to me.b) Would you be happy going on foot to a bar in one of the poorest neighbourhoods in one of those cities e.g. West Baltimore to attend e.g. a pub quiz (or equivalent social event because I’m not sure that pub quizes are a thing in the USA)? Cos one of my favourite bars in Glasgow is in Govanhill which is considered one of the roughest places in Scotland. I do the equivalent of drinking in West Baltimore almost every week. I’ve experienced zero problems so far, in my life.If the answer to those questions is “no” then I guess I live in less fear of crime than you do, don’t I? Now, I’m not a moron, there are places in some UK cities where I’d be less happy wandering around at 2am than others, but fear of crime is not a major part of my life and the idea that I should feel the need to be armed to deal with me is so far from my lived experience of the world that it’s like something out of science-fiction. Looking at the Scottish crime survey, where the vast majority of Scots - and Scotland is the most violent part of the UK, though we have slightly less theft than England and Wales - report that they are perfectly happy walking home at night, including a large majority of both women and people who live in deprived neighbourhoods, then it seems like my experience, while not 100% of the story - if I lived in Springburn or Easterhouse I might well have a different tale to tell - is at least mainstream within Scottish society. Latest Findings from the SCJS - Public perceptions of crime summaryc) Third question - do you live in country where the death of a gang member or black teenager is front page news? Because I do. Those lurid examples that people love to quote are actually evidence that the UK is still a fairly safe country. Violent death is not common here. Last year Scotland saw 59 cases of homicide in a population of 5.4 million or about 1.09 per 100,000. Homicide in Scotland 2017-2018: statisticsIn the USA it’s 4.9 per 100,000 Crime in the United States - Wikipedia. A single gang murder is national front page news in the UK but not in the USA because it’s 5 times as likely in the latter as in the former. The very fact that there are national headlines about gang murders is an argument against what you are saying. I mean, duh!Before anyone goes “oh but I read that the UK has more violent crime than the USA” - well I strongly suggest that you read up on the definition of “violent crime” in the UK. It’s like the idea that Sweden is the “rape capital of the world” or whatever - it’s only because the definitions used in those countries are unusually broad and so things are included that would not be included in the USA. In the UK, I got called a “f***ing c***” from someone driving past in a car a couple of months ago. That counts as a “violent crime” in Scotland but there was no violence or even any real threat of violence involved.I suppose someone could claim at this point that the official crime stats are part of a conspiracy by the evil government who took away our guns but this just raises the question of why if there is more violence than we are told why it never happens to anyone I know and why the government would even bother. It’s like Flat Earth conspiracy theories - the biggest argument against them is just why would anyone even bother in the first place? If the government was that worried about being overthrown why would they ban guns and not elections? The government gets overthrown every 5–10 years because guess what? The UK is a democracy. The UK government allowed Scotland an independence referendum where we came within 5% of “overthrowing the government” big time (and taking the nuke base and oil with us) - so what sense would it make for a government to allow that but resort to creating a totalitarian Matrix style web of deceit to fool us about crime in order to preserve gun laws, which is something that hardly anyone even cares about? It makes no f&&&ing sense whatsoever.Short version:Most people in the UK support gun laws because a) they are an example of governments listening to what people want which is what democracy is supposed to be b) we have never had a culure of mass gun ownership c) the laws work. If you believe otherwise then you are either lying to others or yourself or have been lied to in turn by propagandists who like the promote the rest of the world as a dystopian hellhole to support their own arguments. You have to ask yourself if they have to do that, how good those arguments are in the first place.
What law excludes President Obama and his family from including taxable fringe benefits in his W-2 income?
So, since no else was willing to give a serious answer, I thought I’d give it a shot since I like a challenge.  It’s been a while since I wrote a tax research memo, so think of this as a rough answer since I only took a few minutes to research… This might only answer part of the question (specifically related to transportation), but if you start with Treasury Regulation 1.132-5 as you mentioned, you find the rules regarding fringe benefits.  President Obama would be defined as a government employee according to (m)(7)(i).  As a government employee, he is provided transportation for security concerns (m)(i) as part of an overall security program (m)(2)(iii) where a bona fide security concern exists (m)(2)(i) in accordance to an independent security study with respect to government employees (m)(2)(v).  If provided under these rules, this transportation is excluded from Obama’s gross income.  The study determines the extent of personal use that may be allowed (m)(2)(v)(C).  Spouses and dependents of government employees are extended this service as it is deemed a security concern exists for them, too—all of which is excluded from Obama’s gross income, as well (m)(2)(iv).  In the same vein, trained bodyguards and chauffeurs are excluded from his gross income (m)(5)(i).  While it’s not explicitly stated, I would assume you could apply the same logic to the personal chefs, trainers, maids, etc. in the White House as being specially trained due to safety concerns—or more generally as part of the overall safety program (and hence also excluded from the President’s gross income). Just as a note to some of the items you listed, based on what I’ve read, the President of the United States and his family pay for clothing and food out of their own personal accounts (publicity needs for a suit and food preparation are a different story). Not bad for a former tax junkie—I know I’m on the right track, but care to share the complete, correct answer, Tom?
What is the best way to determine what salary to pay me working at an S corporation?
Dear Entrepreneur, First off I want to congratulate you on your first step as an entrepreneur. As you take on this journey of entrepreneurship you must make sure that you assemble the right team of advisors. I mention advisors because no one truly knows everything and if they say that they do then they are probably not the ones you want on your team. As an entrepreneur you have to know how to be humble enough to accept criticism and instruction but wise enough to know which information to follow. You are the business owner an ultimately it is your decision what you do but just make sure that it is legal and documented.  Never take an advisors guidance blindly because we all are works in progress. With that being said here are some suggestions: 1. Don't file the Subchapter S election: When you file as a corporation you are automatically a Class C corporation and you must file additional documentation to become a S corporation. Most accountants advise business owners to become a class S corporation for two main reasons: 1. To claim business losses against any personal income: In the beginning of every business their tends to be losses that are incurred. The S corporation is a flow through entity and as such income and losses are passed through to you on a personal level. There is a lot of inaccurate information on the internet about the differences between entities. "If you see it on the internet it must be true." More than likely not. Here is the info directly from the IRS website: S corporations are corporations that elect to pass corporate income, losses, deductions, and credits through to their shareholders for federal tax purposes. Shareholders of S corporations report the flow-through of income and losses on their personal tax returns and are assessed tax at their individual income tax rates. Internal Revenue Service The next answer is two fold and will be answered as such:2.1 To prevent the business owner from being double taxed: This is in relation to the business owner filing as a Class C corporation which files a separate business return. (Form 1120) The Corporation then pays a wage or salary to the officer/owner that pays taxes on that income personally. In a class S corporation the business filing is no longer required because the income is distributed to the owner on a personal level. 2.2 To prevent the business owner from paying self-employment taxes as a sole proprietorship or an LLC. LLC's and sole proprietorships are both flow through entities but have to pay a self-employment tax on their income. When filing a Class S corporation the self-employment tax is eliminated.  Why I suggest you to exist as a Class C corporation?Class C corporations give the business owner greater flexibility in terms of tax planning, fringe benefits, fund raising, etc. Year EndA Class S corporation has to file on a calendar year end of December 31. (Their are very rare exceptions and it is not recommended by the IRS but must be approved by filing Form 1128 Application To Adopt,  Change, or Retain a Tax Year. This permission is sometimes granted for businesses that are seasonal in nature.) Class C corporations on the other hand at their initial EIN filing can choose what time of the year they would like to file their corporate taxes. (Personal taxes must still be paid regularly.) There are many benefits to having a fiscal year but one of the main benefits is that you can handle business and personal filings at different times which allows you greater tax planning flexibility. (For greater insight into year ends please contact an experienced local tax accountant or consultant in your area.) Fringe BenefitsAs an employee of your corporation you can set up certain fringe benefits that are tax free and do not have to be filed under your income personally. *Special note: not all fringe benefits are tax free and will be seen as taxable income unless the tax law specifically excludes it from taxation. The taxable fringe benefits should be included on the W2 of the employee and are subject to withholding.* Here are a list of the tax free fringe benefits: Health Saving Accounts, Accident insurance, Health insurance( up to a certain amount), achievement awards, commuting benefits, educational assistance, dependent care assistance, moving expense reimbursements, group term life insurance coverage (based on policy value),working condition fringe benefits such as services and property that may be provided so that the employee can do his or her job, business premise lodging, cafeteria plans that will allow the employees to choose from two or more benefits consisting of cash and qualified benefits, employee discounts on the goods or services that the business/employer sells, employee stock options, supplemental unemployment benefits, qualified employee benefit plans which include stock bonus plans, money purchase plans as well as profit-sharing plans. There are also some other cool fringe benefits:De minims fringe benefits: (low cost) Such as coffee, soft drinks, event tickets, low cost holiday or birthday gifts, traditional awards, and other special occasion gifts. For more information on fringe benefits please visit the IRS website and find IRS Publication 15-B, Employer’s Tax Guide to Fringe  Benefits. (Make sure your accountant has knowledge of fringe benefits and the difference between taxable and non-taxable benefits.)  2. Contact a Local Employment Agency: This section returns me back to the focus of proper documentation as a business owner. I will suggest that you contact a local employment agency in your area and supply them with a total amount of hours worked as well as your management responsibilities. Have the employment agency put into writing for you the cost that it would take to hire a person to fill your role in case of you could no longer fill the role. Take the document that they prepare and file it in the same place that you keep a copy of your tax returns in case you are ever audited. Other things to consider: Please make sure that you understand the differences between distributions and wages as a Class S Corporation. This is very important because if you do not fully understand these concepts you can be at a higher risk of having your distributions reclassified as wages which could in turn cause you to pay more in taxes and penalty. (Make sure that you and your accountant speak annually about the balance between your wages/distributions.) Although the subject can be more complex than what I am sharing here are some tips: 1.Make sure that you do not make more than one monthly distribution.2. Make sure that when the distribution is made it is documented in your corporate minutes each time a payment is made.3.Make sure that you state the distribution payment in terms of dollars per share. (Round to the nearest whole number) x Total shares.There are many other suggestions but those suggestions should be discussed between you and your account. After all, that is why they are accountants. The issue of reasonable compensation can be a tricky one and should be something that takes into account many different factors such as the size of the business, state of the business, volume of business handled by the employee, complexities of the business, similar company employee comparisons(companies in your area that prsimilar services), salary policy, employee salary history, local living conditions, employee performance, and the employees overall contribution to the company. In most cases you just need to use common sense, be reasonable, and document everything. *Keep a record in your corporate minutes that goes over your logic when determining your salary which should include the facts and circumstances that brought you to your ultimate decision.* Last Thoughts: There is so much surrounding this subject that one can write on it for hours but this is a good start. In most cases use your better judgment and act as a reasonable agent of your corporation. If you feel as though you are out of line with your actions then you probably are so correct it. Don't let this or any other issue keep you from flourishing as a business owner. These guidelines are only given to help prevent abuse. I believe the government has a true desire for businesses to succeed and as such wish to help more than control. In conclusion, Trust your gut, seek advice from your tax team, and learn continuously. Good luck and make it happen. Warmest Regards, J.R. McNairMeticulous Entrepreneur   ps: If you have any other questions please feel free to reach out to me at info@jrmcnair.com or visit me online at http://www.JRMcNair.com
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