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acknowledge (the) receipt of

To recognize, often formally, that something has been received, usually an item that has been delivered. Jason signed a form to acknowledge the receipt of the letter. Did you get a notification acknowledging receipt of your package?
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acknowledge (the) receipt of something

to report receiving something, such as a package, letter, or notice. The company acknowledged receipt of the merchandise I returned.
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in receipt of something

in a state of having received something. (Used in business correspondence.) We are in receipt of your letter of request. When we are in receipt of your check for the full balance, we will mark your bill as paid.
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The short-term 'F1' rating assigned to the Floater Receipts is based on the liquidity facility provided by Bank of America, N.
734375 for each receipt held, will be paid to holders of depositary receipts with each representing one-thousandth of a full preferred share, on 28 March 2016 to holders of record on 17 March 2016.
The above continues to put further pressure on fiscal economics as indirect taxes receipts constitute c.
Alternatively, if a business employs 25% of its total property, payroll or gross receipts in Ohio during a calendar year, it will have nexus with the state and be subject to the CAT; see ORC [section] 5751.
First, advertising revenue associated with newspapers, magazines, telephone directories, periodicals, and similar printed publications is deemed to constitute DPGR, if the receipts from the disposition of the publications are or would be DPGR.
By bringing the entire expense process online, 170 MarkView Expense Management enables users to review the receipts they have submitted when tracking the status of active and past expense reports.
Most notably, section 448 states that certain C corporations are subject to a $5 million gross receipts ceiling in order to use the cash method of accounting.
The special account alone had net receipts of 2,666.
If they keep the receipt and the merchandise is in its original packaging it helps the process go smoother,'' Woodward said.
2%, while receipts of industrial/service companies rose by 9.
At the current pace of e-receipt selection our customers are saving nearly 100 receipts a minute.
8% in travel receipts (December 2017: EU182 million, December 2016: EU181 million).
9% in travel payments, as travel receipts dropped by 9 million or 2.
QPAI for any taxable year is a net number equal to the taxpayer's Domestic Production Gross Receipts (DPGR) less the sum of:
Using gross receipts as a single apportionment factor, the corporation's net taxable capital and net taxable earned surplus are then calculated by dividing the gross receipts generated in Texas by worldwide gross receipts.