Software for Combining csv Files

 

This program allows merging two databases in csv format via common nominator.

For example
You have an IT system with a database containing information on the ID number, amount, order number, and other database where are the information about the partner or the product and an ID number, which is the same as the first database. Using csv combinator can quickly and easily combine both databases.

CSV Combinator is a windows desktop application.

CSV Combining Service

Do you need someone to help you combine two csv files  by some common ID?

Both files must share column with common value (key or ID).

Example:

You would like to cobine list of customers (buyers)  that contains e-mail addresses and order numbers with database with e-mail addresses and mail addresses (street, city, state). Common key in this case is e-mail address.  After combining, you will have new database of your customers with postal addresses and you will be able to send them offer by ordinary mail.

We will join two smaler files for you for just $ 20. For bigger files please send inquiry.

All we need is that you send us two files in csv format. We will do combining for you.

You will pay before we send you back combined files.  We will send you sample of merged files before you pay. We will issue Invoice for our services.

You will be able to  pay with Paypal.  To order please send inquiries using this form


 

Vechiles Sales and/or Registration Taxes Calculators

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California Vehicle Registration Fee Calculator

The Vehicle Registration Fee Calculator allows current and new residents of California to calculate an estimate of their vehicle registration fees, determine Vehicle License Fees (VLF) paid for tax purposes, and calculate fees for registration renewal and used vehicle purchases.

Delaware Fee Calculator

Vechile and registration calculator

Michigan

Plate fee Calculator

Missouri

Estimate the amount of tax you will pay when you title your motor vehicle, trailer, all-terrain vehicle, boat, or outboard motor (unit). You pay tax on the sale price of the unit less any trade-in or rebate. Subtract these values, if any, from the gross price of the unit and enter the net price in the calculator.

Nebraska

Registration fee and tax estimator

 

 

AccuWage Software 2012

In order to run the Java version of the AccuWage/AccuW2C software, you must have the necessary Java Runtime Environment (JRE) files on your PC. Most users already have these files on their systems because Java applications are used in a wide range of computers and networks and are compatible with nearly every platform.

Accuwage software 2012 download links

Main Accuwage sotware download page

AccuWage/AccuW2C is free software from Social Security. It allows you to check W-2 (Wage and Tax Statement) and W-2c (W-2 correction) reports for correctness before you send them to Social Security. Using AccuWage and AccuW2C greatly reduces submission rejections. Download the latest version of AccuWage software as you prepare your wage reports each year.

AccuWage and AccuW2C software for 2012 are designed to test wage reports in the current EFW2 – EFW2C formats. The most current versions of AccuWage and AccuW2C work with current and prior year wage submissions.

    • A new version of AccuWage and AccuW2C software for 2012 (1.1.0) are now available for download.

 

      • This version corrects the problem in the RA records for the Contact E-mail/Internet field. If an invalid E-mail address comprised of over 35 characters was entered in the field, the software could potentially run in endless loops.

 

    • This version also corrects the problem in the RE records for the three keyboard characters ‘[‘, ‘ ]’ and ‘\’. The fields that allow keyboard characters were receiving error messages when any of the keyboard characters were used.
  • Previous versions of the AccuWage and AccuW2C software have been removed from the AccuWage website. We recommend that wage submitters uninstall prior versions of AccuWage and AccuW2C before they download the software for the current tax year.

The AccuWage application allows the Annual Wage Report (AWR) submitters to test the format accuracy of wage reports prior to sending them to the Social Security Administration (SSA) for processing. The AccuWage application checks the W-2 wage reports to ensure they comply with Publication 42-007: Specifications for Filing Forms W-2 Electronically (EFW2) and provides reports listing all errors found in the wage report. The wage report cannot be edited using the AccuWage software. The submitter can create a new EFW2 test file or correct the existing EFW2 test file that generated the errors. The wage report can be repeatedly retested until all the errors have been corrected.

The AccuWage application identifies many, but not all, wage submission errors. For example, AccuWage does not verify names and Social Security Numbers (SSNs). The likelihood of submission rejection, though not eliminated, is greatly reduced when using this application.

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IRS Updated Withholding Guidance for 2013

Jan. 3, 2013

The Internal Revenue Service released updated income-tax withholding tables for 2013 reflecting this week’s changes by Congress.

The updated tables, issued today after President Obama signed the changes into law, show the new rates in effect for 2013 and supersede the tables issued on December 31, 2012. The newly revised version of Notice 1036 contains the percentage method income-tax withholding tables and related information that employers need to implement these changes.

In addition, employers should also begin withholding Social Security tax at the rate of 6.2 percent of wages paid following the expiration of the temporary two-percentage-point payroll tax cut in effect for 2011 and 2012. The payroll tax rates were not affected by this week’s legislation.

Employers should start using the revised withholding tables and correct the amount of Social Security tax withheld as soon as possible in 2013, but not later than Feb. 15, 2013. For any Social Security tax under-withheld before that date, employers should make the appropriate adjustment in workers’ pay as soon as possible, but not later than March 31, 2013.

Employers and payroll companies will handle the withholding changes, so workers typically won’t need to take any additional action, such as filling out a new W-4 withholding form.

As always, however, the IRS urges workers to review their withholding every year and, if necessary, fill out a new W-4 and give it to their employer. For example, individuals and couples with multiple jobs, people who are having children, getting married, getting divorced or buying a home, and those who typically wind up with a balance due or large refund at the end of the year may want to consider submitting revised W-4 forms.

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IRS Hurricane Sandy Tax Relief – File and Pay by Nov. 7

IR-2012-82, Oct. 31, 2012

The relief applies to taxpayers and tax preparers in an area affected by Hurricane Sandy or otherwise impacted by the storm that hit the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern United States.

This relief primarily applies to businesses whose payroll and excise tax returns and payments are normally due Oct. 31, 2012. No action is required by the taxpayer; this relief is automatic. Regular federal tax deposits are due according to current rules. However, the IRS notes that if taxpayers or tax practitioners receive a penalty notice for this period, they can contact the IRS at the number on the notice to request penalty abatement due to reasonable cause on account of the storm.

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Applicable Federal Rates (AFR) 2012

Find latest AFR rates at IRS website

RR-2012-28 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES OCT. 2012
RR-2012-24 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES SEP. 2012
RR-2012-23 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES AUG. 2012
RR-2012-21 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES AUG. 2012
RR-2012-20 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES JUL. 2012
RR-2012-15 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES JUN. 2012
RR-2012-13 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES MAY 2012
RR-2012-12 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES modified March 2012
RR-2012-11 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES APR. 2012
RR-2012-09 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES MAR. 2012
RR-2012-07 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES FEB. 2012
RR-2012-02 — APPLICABLE FEDERAL RATES JAN. 2012

IRS Publication 1281

Here is link to IRS Publication 1281 - which covers Backup Withholding for Missing and Incorrect Name/TINs.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part 1- Introduction
• Backup Withholding Rate/Effective Dates 3
Part 2 – Frequently Asked Questions 4
Part 3 – Where to Call for Help 9
Part 4 – Actions for Missing TINs and Incorrect Name/TIN Combinations 10
• CP2100 Notice 10
• Missing TIN(s) 10
• Incorrect Name/TIN Combinations 10
• First “B” Notice 12
• Second “B” Notice 13
• Third and Subsequent Notices 13
Part 5 -The IRS Matching Process/ Name Controls 14
Part 6 -Flow Charts 16
• First “B” Notice Copy 18
• Second “B” Notice Copy 21
Part 7- Name Compression Specifications for “B” Notice Tape Cartridges 22
Part 8 – Instructions for Reading Tape Cartridges 23
Part 9 – Instructions for Reading CD/DVD media 26
Part 10 – Other Forms 30
• Instructions for the Requester of Form W-9
• Form W-9
• Form W-8 Series and Instructions

 

 

Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act

On April 5, 2012, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act was signed into law by President Barack Obama.

SEC FAQ

Emerging Growth Companies (Title I)

Crowdfunding (Title III)

Exchange Act Registration and Deregistration (Titles V–VI)

 

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