Fiscal Year 2020 Sample Clauses

Fiscal Year 2020. Effective July 1, 2019, the base salary/wage schedule for bargaining unit members shall be increased by two and one half percent (2.50%). Fiscal Year 2021 Effective July 1, 2020, the base salary/wage schedule for bargaining unit members shall be increased by two and seventy-five hundredths percent (2.75%).
Fiscal Year 2020. Effective the first pay period of July 2019, members of the bargaining unit shall receive a base salary increase of two percent (2%).
Fiscal Year 2020. On July 1, 2019, Schedule C shall become effective. Employees on the active payroll will receive a 2% wage increase. Schedule AFY 2018 (7/1/17) 1% increase Lb. Gr. Minimum Hourly Maximum Hourly 1 $ 31,011 $ 14.9091 $ 42,393.14 $ 20.3813 2 $ 31,537 $ 15.1620 $ 43,127.76 $ 20.7345 3 $ 32,254 $ 15.5067 $ 44,129.38 $ 21.2161 4 $ 33,105 $ 15.9159 $ 45,318.36 $ 21.7877 5 $ 34,003 $ 16.3476 $ 46,570.71 $ 22.3898 6 $ 35,128 $ 16.8885 $ 48,340.81 $ 23.2408 7 $ 36,516 $ 17.5558 $ 50,849.32 $ 24.4468 8 $ 37,721 $ 18.1351 $ 53,093.63 $ 25.5258 9 $ 39,169 $ 18.8313 $ 55,725.35 $ 26.7910 10 $ 40,384 $ 19.4154 $ 57,771.10 $ 27.7746 11 $ 45,063 $ 21.6649 $ 64,587.00 $ 31.0515 12 $ 48,677 $ 23.4024 $ 69,852.47 $ 33.5829 13 $ 52,953 $ 25.4582 $ 76,082.15 $ 36.5780 14 $ 57,823 $ 27.57992 $ 83,176.52 $ 39.9887 Schedule BFY 2019 (7/1/18) 1.5% increase Lb. Gr. Minimum Hourly Maximum Hourly 1 $ 31,476 $ 15.1328 $ 43,029.04 $ 20.6870 2 $ 32,010 $ 15.3894 $ 43,774.68 $ 21.0455 3 $ 32,738 $ 15.7393 $ 44,791.32 $ 21.5343 4 $ 33,602 $ 16.1546 $ 45,998.14 $ 22.1145 5 $ 34,513 $ 16.5928 $ 47.269.27 $ 22.7256 6 $ 35,655 $ 17.1418 $ 49,065.92 $ 23.5894 7 $ 37,064 $ 17.8191 $ 51,612.06 $ 24.8135 8 $ 38,287 $ 18.4071 $ 53,890.03 $ 25.9087 9 $ 39,757 $ 19.1137 $ 56,561.23 $ 27.1929 10 $ 40,990 $ 19.7066 $ 58,637.67 $ 28.1912 11 $ 45,739 $ 21.9899 $ 65,555.81 $ 31.5172 12 $ 49,407 $ 23.7534 $ 70,900.26 $ 34.0867 13 $ 53,747 $ 25.8400 $ 77,223.38 $ 37.1266 14 $ 58,690 $ 28.1651 $ 84,424.17 $ 40.5885 Schedule C – FY 2020 (7/1/19) 2.0% increase Lb. Gr. Minimum Hourly Maximum Hourly 1 $ 32,106 $ 15.4353 $ 43,889.62 $ 21.1058 2 $ 32,650 $ 15.6972 $ 44,650.17 $ 21.4664 3 $ 33,393 $ 16.0542 $ 45,687.15 $ 21.9650 4 $ 34,274 $ 16.4779 $ 46,918.10 $ 22.5568 5 $ 35,203 $ 16.9246 $ 48,214.66 $ 23.1801 6 $ 36,368 $ 17.4847 $ 50,047.24 $ 24.0612 7 $ 37,805 $ 18.1756 $ 52,644.30 $ 25.3098 8 $ 39,053 $ 18.7754 $ 54,967.83 $ 26.4268 9 $ 40,552 $ 19.4962 $ 57,692.45 $ 27.7368 10 $ 41,810 $ 20.1009 $ 59,810.42 $ 28.7550 11 $ 46,654 $ 22.4297 $ 66,866.93 $ 32.1476 12 $ 50,395 $ 24.2284 $ 72,318.27 $ 34.7684 13 $ 54,822 $ 26.3567 $ 78,767.85 $ 37.8692 14 $ 59,271 $ 28.4958 $ 86,112.65 $ 41.4003
Fiscal Year 2020. 10 9 Fiscal Year 2019 7 8 8 8 5 5 4 2 0 0 0 0
Fiscal Year 2020. Effective the first full pay period following July 1, 2019, there will be a general salary increase of 3.3% for all employees covered by this MOU. The Fiscal Year 2020 salary tables for the classifications covered by this by this MOU will be modified to reflect this increase
Fiscal Year 2020. Effective 1 January 2020, a comprehensive tax reform was introduced which contained several items of domestic and international relevance.A general anti-avoidance rule (“GAAR”) was enacted allowing the tax authorities to recharacterise the legal acts entered into by taxpayers when such acts are deemed to lack business reasons and generate a direct or indirect tax benefit, to those that would have generated the reasonably expected economic benefit.Following BEPS Action 12, mandatory disclosure rules were introduced as of fiscal year 2020. Tax advisers, either Mexican residents or non-Mexican residents with a PE in Mexico who advise in connection with the design, commercialisation, organisation, implementation or administration of certain schemes considered to be potentially aggressive and which are listed in the Federal Fiscal Code, are obligated to report such “reportable schemes” as of fiscal year 2020, or prior to fiscal year 2020 when the corresponding tax effects are reflected in such fiscal year and onwards, in this last case, to be reported As of fiscal year 2020, Mexican residents earning income through foreign fiscally transparent legal entities or foreign legal vehicles, whether transparent or not, shall accrue and report such income for Mexican tax purposes regardless of whether the income is distributed or not, in the proportion of their participation in said legal entities or legal vehicles.Furthermore, foreign fiscally transparent legal entities and foreign legal vehicles will cease to be considered fiscally transparent for Mexican tax purposes as of fiscal year 2021, regardless of the tax treatment given abroad in the case of foreign legal vehicles. The aforementioned shall not be applicable in the context of the tax treaties entered into by Mexico, in which case the provisions contained therein shall apply. Furthermore, a tax benefit also applicable as of fiscal year 2021 will allow certain foreign transparent legal vehicles organised as private equity investment funds shall be deemed to be fiscally transparent provided that such legal vehicles, their members and the administrators are resident of, or have been incorporated in a jurisdiction with which Mexico has entered into a broad exchange of information agreement, and provided that the administrator of such transparent legal vehicles complies with certain reporting obligations.In the context of BEPS Action 4, Mexico introduced, in addition to already existing thin capitalisation provisio...

Related to Fiscal Year 2020

  • Fiscal Year The fiscal year of the Partnership shall be the calendar year.

  • Fiscal Year End Change, or permit any Subsidiary of any Borrower to change, its fiscal year end.

  • Fiscal Year; Accounting The Company's fiscal year shall be the calendar year with an ending month of December.

  • Fiscal Year; Taxable Year The fiscal year and the taxable year of the Company is the calendar year.

  • Fiscal Year and Accounting Method The Trust shall adopt the calendar year as its fiscal year and shall maintain its books on an appropriate basis to comply with Sections 5.03 and 5.04, except to the extent such books must be maintained on any other basis pursuant to applicable law.

  • Quarterly Financial Statements As soon as available, but in any event in accordance with then applicable law and not later than 45 days after the end of each of the first three fiscal quarters of each fiscal year of the Borrower, its consolidated balance sheet and related statements of operations, stockholders’ equity and cash flows as of the end of and for such fiscal quarter and the then elapsed portion of the fiscal year, setting forth in each case in comparative form the figures for the corresponding period or periods of (or, in the case of the balance sheet, as of the end of) the previous fiscal year, all certified by one of its Financial Officers as presenting fairly in all material respects the financial condition and results of operations of the Borrower and its Consolidated Subsidiaries on a consolidated basis in accordance with GAAP consistently applied, subject to normal year-end audit adjustments and the absence of footnotes.