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Are you saying the animals were left at your shop without payment? Do you know the owners phone and address? I'd try to contact them, show proof of trying to contact them (maybe even an ad in the paper), if no reply, give the animals to the animal shelter and next time make sure you see their ID to get their address for your clients, and phone number.
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If you are paying your sales tax by invoice date - the payments will not affect your liablity. ie you owe the whole amount of sales tax as of the date of the invoice. If you are paying sales tax as of the time of payment. You will owe sales tax at the time you receive payment.
Since you are using progress invoicing, the sales tax would be come due at the time of the invoice. If you are just receiving payments, you would receive payments (as you would with any customer, and not invoice until time of completion. You would just need to make sure that your preference for sales tax due date is set to Invoice date, not time of payment.
My check for $ 16,- also said "Accepted as Full and Final Satisfaction of All Claims" despite LGs promise to make payments every year for the additional energy use. They never informed me that my fridge does not meet the "Energy Star" requirements. I won't cash this check and will wait for a class action law suit. I bought an appliance because I believed that I was doing something for the environment and then its like "sorry, you bought an environmentally unfriendly product and that you are destroying our environment but we will pay you $ 16,- to relieve your bad consciousness"
you should def have a 5 year warr on your compressor( all your sealed system parts) , youll need a factory authorized company, to come ck out so if it is a sealed system repair they will honor y our warr. dont know how it works where you are but,theres got to be 12 companies just in my area willing to do that
I received no help..it was a wasted 2 hrs trying to understand the technicians....I was promised that they could help me and the fee would be waived if they couldn't....I have contested the amount with MC credit and explained that I received no service. Don't know if I will purchase or recommend any Linksys products after this awful experience. I wouldn't buy any program that asks for money up front and then doesn't deliver.....bad company and questionable value Thomas B. Lucente In a message dated 9/18/2008 5:42:49 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, email@example.com writes:
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