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Blog: American Rescue Plan Act’s 90/10 Provisions of 2021 Bring Major Change | Cooley LLP

For owner institutions subject to the 90/10 rule, President Joe Biden’s signing of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021[1] March 11 reflects a major change in this income test that allows for-profit institutions and their students to access federal student aid programs. Under the higher education law currently in …

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Canopy Growth of Canada lends $ 20 million to TerrAscend’s hemp-CBD subsidiary

Posted December 11, 2020 Arise Bioscience, a Florida-based hemp-derived CBD subsidiary of TerrAscend Corp., has received a $ 20 million loan from Canopy Growth of Canada. The funds must not be used in connection with any marijuana or marijuana-related transactions in the United States “unless and until such transactions comply …

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Medical ethics: big questions arise when the patient is “Mr. President”

The President’s personal physician has to navigate a plethora of unusual ethical issues, and while these may seem hypothetical under ordinary circumstances, the coronavirus pandemic and President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis and treatment this fall have them squarely at them. implanted here and now. In the foreground: What right does the …

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The penalties can only be made concurrent if offenses arise from a single transaction: High Court of Karnataka

The Karnataka High Court has ruled that only substantive sentences can be made concurrent if it is a single transaction. If the transaction is different, the said concession cannot be given to the accused. In the case of penalties by default, there can be no order of concurrent penalties. A …

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Cost of adding the house: price per square foot, where to save, financing options and more

Are you planning to build an addition to your home? Count the costs now to make sure you have the money to invest in the project. According to Fixr, an online marketplace for home improvement, the average cost of a 240-square-foot first-floor addition is $ 55,000. The average ranges from …

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Hull Man Charged With Fraud Resulting From Fraudulent Small Business Loans Under The CARES Act | USAO-MA

BOSTON – A man from Hull was indicted by a federal grand jury yesterday for submitting fraudulent documents in order to receive small business loans under the CARES Act. Shane Spierdowis, 30, has been charged with one count of wire fraud. Spierdowis was indicted by criminal complaint and arrested on …

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FSB prioritizes non-bank financial intermediation, money market funds and cross-border payments by 2021 – Finance and Banking

United States: FSB prioritizes non-bank financial intermediation, money market funds and cross-border payments by 2021 April 07, 2021 Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. Randal K. Quarles, Deputy Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board responsible for oversight, who is also Chairman …

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AMC mechanisms to promote the riel and de-dollarize

Vice-President of the Cambodian Microfinance Association Sok Voeun, who is also the managing director of the Kingdom’s leading microfinance institution, LOLC (Cambodia), talks with Khmer Times reporter Sok Chan about the development of the microfinance sector, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic and the CMA mechanism to promote the use of …

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New tax treatment of interest charges on loans

On June 24, 2020, the government promulgated Decree No. 68/2020 / ND-CP (“Decree 68”) amending Article 8.3 of Decree No. 20/2017 / ND-CP of February 24, 2017 regulating fiscal management companies with related transactions. [transfer pricing] (“Decree 20”) with respect to the total loan interest deductible in the assessment of taxable income for corporate tax (“IS”) purposes. Decree 68 entered into force on June 24, 2020 and will apply to companies with related transactions from the 2019 financial year.

Increase in the maximum interest rate deductible on loans

The maximum rate deductible from interest costs on loans is increased from 20% to 30% of the total net profit from operating activities for the period plus interest costs on loans (excluding interest income from deposits, current accounts and loans) and the resulting amortization charges in a given year.

Deferral of non-deductible interest charges on loans

Non-deductible interest charges on sameday loans that exceed 30% will be carried forward when determining the total deductible interest charges on loans. The maximum transfer period for non-deductible debit interest is five consecutive years, starting from the year in which the loan interest charges are not deducted.

Interest charges on loans not applicable

The deductible rate of interest costs on loans does not apply for: (i) loans from taxpayers who are credit institutions under the law on credit institutions and / or insurance organizations in under the Law on Insurance Activities; (ii) loans for official development assistance (ODA); (iii) government concessional loans implemented by the foreign borrowing method for enterprises to be re-borrowed; (iv) loans for the implementation of specific national programs (including the new rural areas program and the sustainable poverty reduction program); (v) loans to finance programs and projects related to national welfare policies (housing for resettlement, for workers, students and other public welfare projects).

Retroactive application for fiscal years 2017 and 2018

Under Decree 68, the deductible rate of 30% of interest charges on loans is applied to companies with related transactions that occurred in 2017 and 2018. Therefore, before January 1, 2021, companies must submit a supplement / a review of their declarations of finalization of the corporate tax in 2017 and 2018 to the tax authorities in order to recalculate the interest charges on loans and the corresponding amounts of corporate tax payable (if applicable). In particular,

a) if the companies have not yet been inspected / controlled by the tax authorities, they will compensate the difference between the excess CIT and late interest (if applicable) with the CIT payable in 2020. If the he year 2020 is not fully compensated, the difference will be compensated by the corporate tax payable for the next five years from 2020; and

(b) if the companies have already been inspected / controlled by the tax administration and have received an inspection finding or decision, they should request the tax administration to redefine the CIT payable and the corresponding late payment for offset the difference (if any) to the CIT payable in 2020.

However, the amount of administrative fiscal penalties (if any) will not be adjusted if businesses have already been sanctioned or if their claims are resolved through complaint resolution procedures.

New form 01

Companies must amend the disclosure statement for related transactions in accordance with the new Form 01 attached to Decree 68. This new Form 01 includes a new item 15 in Section IV, which details the loan interest charges carried over from previous periods used for determine the interest charges deductible during the fiscal year.

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Ares raises $ 1.7 billion for troubled real estate investments

Headquarters of Ares Management Corp. at 2000 Avenue of the Stars in Century City. Photo by Ringo Chiu. Century City-based Ares Management Corp. said on April 6 it had raised more than $ 1.7 billion in its US Real Estate Opportunity Fund III to target struggling development opportunities in a …

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