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MedTech I.Q. makes everything available and helps you find it by crawling hundreds of sources of medical technology daily and then delivering actionable intelligence which allows you to discover, manage and share information with an international community of subject matter experts.   

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Compliance4all posted a blog post

Taxable and nontaxable fringe benefits

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has guidelines and laws for the way fringe benefits have to be taxed. First, an introduction to fringe benefits: Anything that is in addition to a person’s regular salary may be termed a fringe benefit. It is usually linked to an employee’s performance. Some of the common types of fringe benefits include children’s education, vehicle for commuting to the workplace and back, health insurance, retirement benefits and many others.The IRS taxes certain kinds of fringe benefits that come under designated categories, while some other kinds of fringe benefits are not taxed. Taxable and nontaxable fringe benefits are a major aspect of taxation laws in the US and have to be implemented in strict accordance with what is set out in the law. There is a long list of taxable and nontaxable fringe benefits.A few examples of nontaxable fringe benefitsStock options, employee discounts, savings that are made for retirement planning and other related benefits are part…See More
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Understanding and handling payment issues

A financial organization, or an organization involved in any business for that matter, faces the prospect of receiving duplicate, fraudulent or late payments. These are the typical payment issues an organization is likely to face at some point of time in its business.Payment issues are something almost no organization is likely to be free from. Duplicate invoice payments, just one of the payment issues an organization is likely to face, account for losses of something like $100 million over a three-year period just for medium sized organizations. The amount is likely to be several times higher for large companies and those in the public sector, which most likely deal with billions of dollars in transactions.Payment issues have their implicationsThe consequence of payment issues, be they duplicate, fraudulent or late payments, is whopping. It is likely to lead to business losses, because late payments, for instance, hinder investment into other productive activities by businesses.…See More
Mar 13
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Understanding normality tests and normality transformations

That the inputted data should be “normally distributed” is a requirement of the calculations used in many statistical tests and methods. Typically, the methods used for Student’s t-Tests, ANOVA tables, F-tests, Normal Tolerance limits, and Process Capability Indices include such calculations.A core criterion for ensuring the correct results is the one that the raw data used in such calculations be “normally distributed”. It is in view of this fact that the assurance that the FDA holds a company’s “valid statistical techniques” being “suitable for their intended use” as a critical component for making the assessment of whether or not data is “normally distributed”.Now, which are the types of data that are normally distributed? Dimensional data, such as length, height and width are considered as being typically normally distributed. Which kinds of data are usually non-normal? The typical example of non-normal data are burst pressure, tensile strength, and time or cycles to failure. Some…See More
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