The QS World University Rankings by Subject 2021 cover a total of 51 disciplines, grouped into five broad subject areas.

The QS World University Rankings by Subject are compiled annually to help prospective students identify the leading universities in a particular subject. Research citations, along with the results of major global surveys of employers and academics are used to rank universities. For more information about rates, see our Interest, penalties, and fees page. This is a separate tax from the Net Profits Tax (NPT), so it’s possible to have to pay both the BIRT and the NPT. In all of the situations described above, you must file a BIRT return whether or not you made a profit. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of this translation and shall not be liable for any inaccurate information or changes in the page layout resulting from the translation application tool.

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Tradeshow Vendors can compute a separate Profit & Loss/Income Statement for the specific event that reports the gross receipts generated and a computation of net income after deducting the ordinary, reasonable and necessary expenses related to the event. Businesses with $100,000 in Philadelphia taxable gross receipts or less are not required to file the Business Income & Receipts Tax (BIRT) return. Instead, we recommend that you file the one-page No Tax Liability (NTL) form using your BIRT account on the Philadelphia Tax Center. You should file the NTL for each year that your business has no BIRT liability. Where the taxable profits can be attributed to the exploitation of patents, a lower effective rate of tax applies. Profits can include a significant part of the trading profit from the sales of a product that includes a patent, not just income from patent royalties.

This means that if you fall behind with your tax payments, we can suspend your business operations until your account is current. Need more time to prepare and file your Philadelphia Business Income and Receipts Tax (BIRT) returns? We will automatically grant you an extension of time to file up to 60 days from the April due date or the original due date of the BIRT return.

What is the Net Investment Income Tax (NIIT)?

While the statement may not necessarily reflect the most recent status of Iran and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s AML/CFT regimes, the FATF’s call for action on these high-risk jurisdictions remains in effect. Section 103 of the BIRT regulations includes a definition of “doing business” in Philadelphia. If your business meets certain regulatory criteria, it may qualify for “active presence” treatment (i.e. the tax on gross receipts only). A business is considered to have nexus in Philadelphia and is subject to BIRT if it has generated at least $100,000 in Philadelphia gross receipts during any twelve (12) month period ending in the current year. Regardless of whether your business qualifies for reductions or exemptions, you’re still required to file a BIRT return. Filing an extension payment voucher either by paper or online serves the dual functions of filing an extended return and making the extension payment.

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  • The usual rate of DPT charged on diverted profits (as defined) was increased from 25% to 31% from 1 April 2023, with apportionment provisions for accounting periods straddling the commencement date.
  • Non-resident companies are also subject to UK corporation tax on gains on the direct and certain indirect disposals of UK property (see ‘Capital gains on disposal of UK immovable property by non-UK residents’ in the Income determination section).
  • For example, issuers are expected to disclose how they have considered the frequency and significance of sales in determining the business model for managing their financial assets.

Do not include Social Security numbers or any personal or confidential information. This Google™ translation feature, provided on the Franchise Tax Board (FTB) website, is for general information only. Your login credentials do not authorize you to access this content in the selected format. Access to this content in this format requires a current subscription or a prior purchase. The amounts of Net Investment Income that are included on your Form 1040 by reason of Form 8814 are included in calculating your Net Investment Income. However, the calculation of your Net Investment Income does not include (a) amounts excluded from your Form 1040 due to the threshold amounts on Form 8814 and (b) amounts attributable to Alaska Permanent Fund Dividends.


It has recently published the tentative decisions on “Primary financial statements”, focusing mainly on the statement of profit or loss, introducing new subtotals, and disaggregation principles. EU-wide common enforcement priorities (the ECEPs) were set for the 2021 annual reports by the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), together with the European national accounting enforcers, including the CSSF. On 29 October 2021, ESMA issued a public statement which presented these ECEPs, which included priorities related to IFRS financial statements, non-financial statements, and alternative performance measures.

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Whilst relief is not available through historic losses carried forward as at 26 May 2022 for decommissioning expenditure incurred, a new investment allowance designed to encourage investment in the UK North Sea provides additional relief against EPL profits at a rate of 80% of qualifying expenditure. The new investment allowance is generated from ring-fence capital expenditure and certain ring-fence operating expenditure and results in total relief (including 100% first year allowances) of 180% of every pound spent. The Net Investment Income Tax does not apply to any amount of gain that is excluded from gross income for regular income tax purposes. The pre-existing statutory exclusion in section 121 exempts the first $250,000 ($500,000 in the case of a married couple) of gain recognized on the sale of a principal residence from gross income for regular income tax purposes and, thus, from the NIIT. As of Tax Year 2022, Trade Show Vendors in Philadelphia must use the BIRT-EZ annual form to file their returns on the Philadelphia Tax Center. As a trade show vendor, the Department of Revenue permits the use of separate accounting to calculate taxable receipts and net income for the specific event within the City of Philadelphia.

Visit the Tax Credits section of this site to find specific eligibility and filing requirements. If you don’t pay on time, interest and penalties will be added to the amount you owe. If you have an active CAL but do not actively engage in business, you must file the BIRT return and tell the City that no business occurred.

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In order to arrive at Net Investment Income, Gross Investment Income (items described in items 7-11 above) is reduced by deductions that are properly allocable to items of Gross Investment Income. There are no extensions for tax payments, but you can apply for an extension to file your return. It inserted a new subsection (101C FA2015) that provides that a final closure notice may not be issued in relation to an open enquiry where the review period for a DPT charging notice remains open. This is an important immediate change to the legislation, resulting in DPT still being the ’stick‘ to encourage the resolution of transfer pricing disputes. This change has effect in relation to any relevant tribunal direction that is given on or after 27 October 2021, unless the application for the direction was made before 27 September 2021. DPT, introduced in April 2015, is part of the United Kingdom’s response to the shifting tax environment, most notably highlighted in the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) reports.