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IBM – United States, new business ideas.#New #business #ideas

IBM builds a smarter planet

Amid the global economic crisis of 2008, IBM began a conversation with the world about the promise of a smarter planet and a new strategic agenda for progress and growth.

As the internet grew, so did technology-driven enterprise needs and a truly global workforce. Computational power was being infused into things no one had thought of as computers: phones, cars, roads, power lines, waterways and food crates. A trillion connected and intelligent things were becoming a system of systems — an internet of things — and producing oceans of raw data.

Let’s seize this opportunity to create more and better jobs, cultivate valuable skills, and not simply repair but prepare our economy for the 21st century.

Sam Palmisano, IBM CEO and chairman, 2009

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Making sense of a sensored world

IBM introduced its Smarter Planet vision with an award-winning 1 marketing campaign designed to explain how a whole new generation of intelligent systems and technologies — more powerful and accessible than ever before — could be put to use for profound impact and to encourage further thinking. Smarter power grids, smarter food systems, smarter water, smarter healthcare, smarter traffic systems. And sophisticated analytics and algorithms that could make sense of it all.

Forward-thinking leaders and citizens around the world began to consider innovative ideas such as traveler-centric transportation, consumer-centric electric power and intelligent systems for managing healthcare, water, public safety and food. Within a year of the Smarter Planet initiative s launch, hundreds of IBM clients had seized on new capabilities to build smarter systems, and began achieving measurable benefits for their companies and communities. 2

Building on a smarter planet

Six years and thousands of clients after the Smarter Planet debut, IBM showcased its progress in a 2014 campaign, Made With IBM. The campaign showed IBM as an essential partner in providing technology building blocks for the new world at work — data, cloud, mobile, social and security.

In 2015 the Outthink campaign promoted the concept of cognitive business, with IBM Watson at its center. Smarter Planet had shown us an intelligent, instrumented and interconnected world. The Cognitive Era advances that idea using analytics, natural language processing and machine learning. The goal is systems that can understand, reason and learn; as IBM CEO Ginni Rometty explains, to redefine the relationship between man and machine.

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IBM – United States, new business ideas.#New #business #ideas

IBM builds a smarter planet

Amid the global economic crisis of 2008, IBM began a conversation with the world about the promise of a smarter planet and a new strategic agenda for progress and growth.

As the internet grew, so did technology-driven enterprise needs and a truly global workforce. Computational power was being infused into things no one had thought of as computers: phones, cars, roads, power lines, waterways and food crates. A trillion connected and intelligent things were becoming a system of systems — an internet of things — and producing oceans of raw data.

Let’s seize this opportunity to create more and better jobs, cultivate valuable skills, and not simply repair but prepare our economy for the 21st century.

Sam Palmisano, IBM CEO and chairman, 2009

New business ideas

Making sense of a sensored world

IBM introduced its Smarter Planet vision with an award-winning 1 marketing campaign designed to explain how a whole new generation of intelligent systems and technologies — more powerful and accessible than ever before — could be put to use for profound impact and to encourage further thinking. Smarter power grids, smarter food systems, smarter water, smarter healthcare, smarter traffic systems. And sophisticated analytics and algorithms that could make sense of it all.

Forward-thinking leaders and citizens around the world began to consider innovative ideas such as traveler-centric transportation, consumer-centric electric power and intelligent systems for managing healthcare, water, public safety and food. Within a year of the Smarter Planet initiative s launch, hundreds of IBM clients had seized on new capabilities to build smarter systems, and began achieving measurable benefits for their companies and communities. 2

Building on a smarter planet

Six years and thousands of clients after the Smarter Planet debut, IBM showcased its progress in a 2014 campaign, Made With IBM. The campaign showed IBM as an essential partner in providing technology building blocks for the new world at work — data, cloud, mobile, social and security.

In 2015 the Outthink campaign promoted the concept of cognitive business, with IBM Watson at its center. Smarter Planet had shown us an intelligent, instrumented and interconnected world. The Cognitive Era advances that idea using analytics, natural language processing and machine learning. The goal is systems that can understand, reason and learn; as IBM CEO Ginni Rometty explains, to redefine the relationship between man and machine.

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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

BUSINESS BOOKSHELF: The Power of Trust

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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COMMENTARY: Save protected areas from mining

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Lunenburg native wins Startup Canada’s Young Entrepreneur Award

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VIDEO: Canada’s decision to decline TPP agreement shouldn’t have been surprise: Trudeau

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Asia-Pacific forum sticks to free-trade gospel despite Trump

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US cities, states defy Trump, still back Paris climate deal

Newcap Radio buys two New Glasgow stations

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Weinstein’s Impact: List of men accused of sexual misconduct

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Crocs, Dawgs decade-long legal battle over clogs moves to Canadian courts

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Sherritt to transfer part ownership of Madagascar mine to settled debt woes

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Cominar looking for Sears replacements after toiling to fill Target locations

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Ottawa’s plan for excise tax on medical marijuana draws ire of patients, producers

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Trump tax cuts: Lower rates for individuals and businesses – Apr, new

Trump calls for dramatic tax cuts for individuals and businesses

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The Trump administration has finally outlined its new tax proposal, which leans heavily on tax cuts.

So far, President Trump wants to slash individual tax rates — cutting the top rate from 39.6% to 35% — and reduce the number of total rates from seven to three. He also wants to cut the top tax rate for all businesses to 15%, far below the current top rates.

The administration’s tax outline still leaves many questions unanswered and will be met with a lot of skepticism among lawmakers, even though Republicans control Congress. In fact, some GOP aides suggest that the White House — with its emphasis on tax cuts and too few details on how they’d be paid for — is not constructively contributing to a serious discussion of tax reform.

“It’s not tax reform,” one senior GOP aide told CNN. “Not even close.”

Here’s what we know so far about the president’s tax proposal.

Lower individual income tax rates: The proposal calls for reducing the number of tax brackets from seven to three for individuals, which would be set at 10%, 25% and 35%. Today’s rates are 10%, 15%, 25%, 28%, 33%, 35% and 39.6%.

But here’s the thing: The White House has yet to specify how much of one’s income would apply to each of the three rates that Trump is proposing. So it’s impossible to say what the change would mean in dollars and cents for anyone.

During the campaign, Trump had originally called for those rates to be 10% 20% and 25%. He later amended his plan, calling for somewhat higher rates to match what House Republicans have been calling for: 12%, 25% and 33%.

The proposal also calls for doubling the standard deduction.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Wednesday morning that the new tax proposal will offer “the biggest tax cut and the largest tax reform in the history of this country.” Without greater detail from the White House, that’s impossible to verify.

Much lower business rates: Trump wants to slash the top tax rate for all businesses to 15%, as he proposed during the campaign. That’s well below the top rate of 35% for corporations today, although the real top rate they pay is less after tax breaks.

A drop to 15% would also be a huge drop from the 39.6% top rate paid by owners and shareholders of so-called pass-through businesses. Those run the gamut from mom-and-pop shops to law firms and hedge funds. In a pass-through business, the owners and shareholders report profits on their personal tax returns.

One-time tax on overseas profits: The president will call for a low, one-time tax on the $2.6 trillion of profits that were earned overseas by U.S. multinational corporations and were technically never brought back to the United States.

Switch to a territorial tax system: Today, U.S. companies must pay tax on all their profits, regardless of where in the world those profits are earned.

Trump now joins Republicans who want to switch to a territorial system for businesses. That would mean U.S. companies would only owe U.S. tax on what they earn in the United States.

No border adjustment tax as proposed: Trump is not expected to back a controversial provision known as the border adjustment tax that was proposed by House Republicans.

“We don’t think it works in its current form, and we will have discussions with [House tax writers] about revisions,” Mnuchin said Wednesday morning at an event held by The Hill.

A border adjustment tax would fundamentally alter how imports and exports are taxed. Under the House plan, companies could no longer deduct the cost of their imported goods, and sales of their exports would no longer be subject to U.S. tax.

Such a provision could raise more than $1 trillion over a decade, which the House GOP was counting on to help offset the cost of their proposed rate cuts.

Trump has been a proponent of a selective import tax — and has suggested he might favor a “reciprocal” tax. But he has yet to explain what that means.

Tax break for child care costs: An outline of the plan calls for tax relief for child care costs, but doesn’t give much detail.

During the campaign, Trump called for two tax breaks to help ease families’ child care costs. One would let parents deduct the average cost of child care in their state, based on their child’s age.

The other would give a tax break to anyone who sets aside up to $2,000 a year to cover costs associated with child care and elder care.

The contributions would be tax deductible, then grow tax free.

Tax and child care policy experts have said both breaks, as proposed, would disproportionately benefit wealthier families. And in the case of millions of low- and middle-income families, the breaks could raise their tax burden when combined with Trump’s other proposals to eliminate head of household status, repeal personal exemptions and raise the lowest income tax rate to 12% from 10% currently.

Eliminate most deductions: Trump is now aligning himself with House Republicans, by calling for the elimination of all deductions except those for mortgage interest and charitable contributions.

Originally he’d called for a cap on itemized deductions.

Repeal a string of taxes: As he did during the election, Trump will call for the repeal of the Alternative Minimum Tax, the estate tax and the 3.8% Medicare surtax that applies to wages and investments above a certain level.

CNN’s Jeff Zeleny, Jim Acosta and Phil Mattingly contributed to this report





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Tax Information For Businesses

Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center

Access to tax information useful to small businesses with assets of $10 million or less.

Large Business and International Tax Center

This page provides links which are helpful for large to mid-size businesses with assets greater than $10 million

LB I Compliance Campaigns

LB I launches Compliance Campaigns. Campaigns will ensure that resources are used efficiently and effectively to improve taxpayer compliance. LB I’s goal is to improve return selection, identify issues representing the risk of non-compliance, and make the greatest use of limited resources.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) provides an incentive to hire individuals from targeted groups. The legislative changes under the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014, retroactively allow taxable employers to claim the WOTC for all of the targeted group employee categories listed on Form 5884, if they began work after Dec. 31, 2013, and before Jan. 1, 2015.

Effect of Sequestration on the Alternative Minimum Tax Credit for Corporations

The Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Reduction Act of 1985, as amended, requires certain spending cuts during Fiscal Year 2017 due to the sequester triggered earlier this year.

Self-Employed Individuals Tax Center

The basics on your tax responsibilities if you are self-employed or an independent contractor.

IRS Video Portal

The IRS Video portal contains video and audio presentations on topics of interest to small businesses, individuals and tax professionals. You will find video clips of tax topics, and archived versions of live panel discussions and webinars.

Employment Taxes

Federal income tax, Social Security and Medicare taxes, FUTA, self-employment tax and more.

Disaster Assistance and Emergency Relief for Individuals and Businesses

Special tax law provisions may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from a disaster.

Small Business Forms and Publications

Download multiple small business and self-employed forms and publications.

e-file for Large Business and International (LB I)

Certain large business and International (LB I) corporations are required to electronically file their Forms 1120 and 1120S. Other corporations may do so voluntarily. This site provides e-file information for corporations that prepare and transmit their own electronic corporate income tax returns and those that use the services of third party tax professionals.

Employer ID Numbers

Find out more on EINs or apply for one online.

Employee Tool Equipment Plans

The Internal Revenue Service has established a compliance team to address the marketing and mistreatment of employee tool and equipment plans as tax-favored accountable plans.

Deducting Business Expenses

Find out what qualifies as a deductible business expense, including depreciation.

IRS Tax Calendar for Businesses and Self-Employed

The tax calendar is available for downloading and printing, or you can view it online.

EFTPS: The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System

Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS). Free from the US Treasury.

Form 2290 e-file

Approved 2290 e-file providers.

U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Abroad

This section covers tax topics for U.S. citizens or resident aliens living overseas.

Excise Tax

Information about the various programs, databases, and activities within Excise Tax.

Industry Issue Resolution Program

The Industry Issue Resolution (IIR) Program resolves frequently disputed or burdensome tax issues. IRS solicits suggestions for issues for the program from taxpayers, representatives and associations.

Estate and Gift Taxes

General information on when these taxes apply and when they do not.

Filing Past Due Tax Returns

Understand how to file past due returns.

Information Returns Processing

The Information Reporting Program Website is designed to help you meet your Information Reporting Requirements. Included are help-line telephone numbers and direct links to aid you in reporting information returns. You will also find information about how to file returns electronically or magnetically.

LB I Directives

LB I Directives provide industry-related and administrative guidance to LB I examiners to ensure consistent tax administration. The Directives do not establish Service position on legal issues and are not legal guidance.

Online Ordering for Information Returns and Employer Returns

Order information returns and employer returns online.

Manufacturers’ Energy Efficient Appliance Credit

Act Section 305 – Modifications of Energy Efficient Appliance Credit for Appliances Produced After 2007

Audit Techniques Guides (ATGs)

These guides contain examination techniques to assist examiners in performing examinations.

Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit (IRC 30D)

Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit (IRC 30D) – Internal Revenue Code Section 30D provides a credit for Qualified Plug-in Electric Drive Motor Vehicles including passenger vehicles and light trucks.

Your Guide to an IRS Small Business Audit

Video series shows small business owners steps of an audit and answers questions about the process

Income from Abroad is Taxable

There have been recent reports about the interest of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in taxpayers with bank accounts in Liechtenstein. The IRS’ interest, however, extends beyond bank accounts in Liechtenstein to financial accounts anywhere in the world. The IRS reminds you to report your worldwide income on your U.S. tax return and lists the possible consequences of hiding income overseas.

Quality Examination Process

The Quality Examination Process (QEP) is a systematic approach for engaging and involving Large Business and International (LB I) taxpayers in the tax examination process, from the earliest planning stages through resolution of all issues and completion of the case.

Market Segment Understandings (MSU)

The IRS and taxpayers in particular market segments, work together to improve tax compliance.

Railroad Retirement Tax Act (RRTA) Desk Guide (January 2009)

This Desk Reference Guide is intended as a resource tool to assist Revenue Agents who are assigned the examination of a railroad employer. The Guide was prepared presuming that the reader has already received employment tax training.

Federal Payment Levy Program

Certain federal payments (OPM, SSA, federal employee salaries, and federal employee travel) disbursed by the Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Fiscal Service (BFS) may be subject to a 15 percent levy through the Federal Payment Levy Program (FPLP) to pay your delinquent tax debt. Find out your appeal rights and how to resolve any dispute.

Research Credit

Guidelines and audit technique guide are provided for field examiners on the examination of Research Credit cases.

The International Tax Gap

Find resources on this page pertaining to the international tax gap — the difference between the amount of tax that taxpayers should pay and the amount that is paid voluntarily and on time. The tax gap can also be thought of as the sum of non-compliance with the tax law.

Uncertain Tax Positions – Schedule UTP

IRS finalized Schedule UTP instructions for reporting uncertain tax positions by certain corporations.

IRS Non-Retaliation Policy

IRS has a zero-tolerance policy for retaliation and has had one in place since 1998.

Educating Your Employees About Tax Compliance

These products may help employees with their tax responsibilities.





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Marketing Activity | 27 Oct 2017

Walk this way – New Zealand walks on show to the world

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Media Releases | Updated 10 Nov 2017

USA’s west coast wowed by Maori culture

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Marketing Activity | Updated 06 Nov 2017

Japanese famils showcase New Zealand regions in spring

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Insights | Updated 02 Nov 2017

New survey reinforces majority support for tourism

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Approved Destination Status

Approved Destination Status (ADS) is an arrangement between the Chinese Government and another country, that lets Chinese travellers visit a country in a tour group.

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Walking and Hiking

New Zealand offers a range of unique walking and hiking experiences including three large world heritage sites, nine Great Walks across the North and South Islands and many shorter options.

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The benefits

It’s not just about the dollars and cents although they are significant – some $34.7 billion spent by international and Kiwi tourists. It’s also about how visitors can make a difference in your community.





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