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What is Substantial Gainful Activity (SGA)?
Jun 27, 2014 ... When applying for SSDI (Social Security Disability Income) or SSI (Supplemental Security Income) benefits, SGA (substantial gainful activity) is ...
Definition: Substantial Damage - Aviation & Aerospace - About.com
The term 'substantial damage' is defined by the Federal Aviation Regulations and is an important definition in the accident investigation process. This definition ...
Prime Matter - Philosophy - About.com
A form can be substantial or accidental: it is substantial when, if deprived from the substance to which it belongs, that substance would cease to exist; a form is ...
What Is an Employment Gap? - Definition - Human Resources
If your candidate has been unemployed for months or years, you need to determine the cause of the employment gap. It may affect your decision to hire - or not.
Windfall Elimination Provision Effect on Civil Workers - Money Over 55
If you have more than 30 years of work covered by Social Security and earned as much or more than what Social Security deems were “substantial earnings” in ...
Material Participation in a Business - Definition
The The IRS has determined that an individual materially participates in business activities if he or she participates on a "regular, continuous and substantial ...
Taking Advantage of Substantially Equal Periodic Payments (SEPPs)
An overview of Substantially Equal Periodic Payments, or SEPPs, that includes the rules for withdrawals, how to calculate withdrawals and the benefits of SEPP.
The Austen Ladies' Substantial Village House - United Kingdom Travel
Jane Austen, her mother, her sister Cassandra, and her close friend Martha Lloyd lived in this substantial 18th century village house in Chawton, Hampshire.
Qualifying for Social Security Disability Insurance - SSDI
Jun 27, 2014 ... A person must not only be unable to do his or her previous work but cannot engage in any other kind of substantial gainful work which exists in ...
What Penalties Does the IRS Impose? Expert Q&A
You may also have to pay a penalty if you substantially understate your tax, understate a reportable transaction, file an erroneous claim for refund or credit, or file ...
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