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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?
See also: acknowledge, of, receipt

with receipts

With evidence of something, especially that which disputes or disproves what someone has said or claimed. I sent Ali a bunch of emails about it, so if she says I never contacted her, I'll come at her with receipts.
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show (one) the receipts

To show one evidence of something, especially that which disputes or disproves what they have said or claimed. I sent Ali a bunch of emails about it, so if she says I never contacted her, I'll just show her the receipts.
See also: receipt, show

come with receipts

To (be ready to) produce evidence of something, especially that which disputes or disproves what someone has said or claimed. I sent Ali a bunch of emails about it, so if she says I never contacted her, I'll just come with receipts.
See also: come, receipt

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.
See also: acknowledge, of, receipt

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.
See also: of, receipt
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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.
And try to keep all receipts, tags and store packaging.
The company's patent pending technology goes beyond email receipt programs by enabling merchants to offer electronic receipts without requiring personal information from the consumer.
Since there are no invoices generated by a supplier, what will be accepted as a valid receipt of sales taxes paid by the purchaser directly to the supplier?
104, Statement of Cash Flows - Net Reporting of Certain Cash Receipts and Cash Payments and Classification of Cash Flows from Hedging Transactions, permits banks, savings institutions and credit unions to report in a cash flow statement net cash receipts and payments for deposits placed and withdrawn, time deposits accepted and repaid, and loans made and collected.
Although constructive receipt concerns can arise in several different circumstances, they most commonly crop up when several different options for settlement are on the table.
Although UDITPA's definition of sales seemingly encompasses all gross receipts, the MTC regulations carve out three exclusions from the sales factor denominator:
In more recent decisions, the courts have broadened the doctrine of constructive receipt to allow the taxpayer, as well as the Internal Revenue Service, to invoke the doctrine.
The long-term 'A'/Stable Outlook ratings assigned to the Floater and Residual Receipts are based on the rating that Fitch has assigned to the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Airport Revenue and Refunding Bonds, Series 2017B 'A'/Stable Outlook) that have been deposited in the trust.
Cyprus indirect tax receipts for January 2010 excluding VAT continued to decline, with the January decline at 13% year-on-year to EUR 27.
This has caused some states to explore new tax systems, such as subjecting flowthrough entities to corporate franchise taxes or establishing a gross receipts tax.
5) Domestic production gross receipts are generally defined as the gross receipts of the taxpayer which are derived from:
Second, after subdividing gross receipts between qualifying and non-qualifying sources, each member must assign its Cost of Goods Sold to such revenue sources.
Revenue procedure 2001-10 allowed certain accrual-basis taxpayers to convert to the cash basis as long as their average annual gross receipts for the prior three years was no more than $1 million.
Agents should request, and underwriters should use, the annual gross receipts rate on any risk where the estimated annual premium reaches or exceeds $1,000.