What’s the difference between the IRS’s taxonomy and the one the Trump administration is using?

The Tax Department has announced that the IRS will start using the Taxpayer Advocate (TPA) Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBTOR) instead of the TPA (Taxpayer Advocate).It also wants to be clear about the taxonomy that it will use.“TBTORS taxonomy is a broad term encompassing all types of income and deductions,” reads a Treasury Department statement, […]

When you’re just starting out in life, do you use the word “Ouch” to describe a painful experience? author Matt Dominguez-Peters

I started playing music and watching movies when I was 8 years old.I’ve always felt that when you’re playing something, you’re in a different place than when you listen to it.When I started to watch movies, I always used the word Ouch, but I’m a little more comfortable now when I’m actually listening to it, […]

When are players supposed to be active?

With a new collective bargaining agreement kicking in this season, the NHL is set to implement new rules about how players are supposed to react to being called up to the lineup.The rules are being rolled out over the next couple of weeks, and they will likely come as a surprise to some fans.┬áThe most […]

What does the term “operator” mean in the C++ standard?

Posted September 19, 2018 06:23:54 The C++ Standard Committee has issued its standard, which includes two more language features and several other language extensions, but the main focus of the document is to provide more formal definitions for operators.The committee says the definition of an operator is “a function that takes an operand argument, performs […]