How long does it take to fill out University of California TAG?
It should not take more than an hour. I strongly suggest you complete it with a college counselor so you are taking the correct courses.The TAG agreement is a wonderful partnership between CA community colleges and the UC system, so take advantage of this service.
What if someone failed to fill out PMMS (GTU)?
Nothing to worry about it. It also happened with many of my batchmates. Just contact your faculty. Sometimes Gtu gives time to fill PMMS deatils even after Completion of Project Viva.
How do I fill out services tax?
HelloTwo cases here.You want to make service tax payment: Click this link to move the Service tax payment page on ACES site. EASIESTYou need to fill service tax return.Other than the paid software in the market. You can fill it from two utilities.a. St-3 offline utility.b. Online in aces website.Excel utility procedure is here: A separate excel utility is launched by the department for April to June 17 period. You can download utility from here. ACES’s Excel Utility for e-filing of ST-3/ ST-3C (Service Tax Return) for Apr. 2021 to Jun. 2017Going with the excel utility.You need to enable macro when you open excel. Excel asks to enable them when you open this file.Worksheet (Return): You need to fill the information of your company, service tax number, Type of return (Original), Constituion (e.g private limited company) and description of services. Validate the sheet and click next, you will get more tabs in the excel workbook after click next.Worksheet (Payable Services(1)): It includes the services provided, export and tax, taxable services under reverse charge. The sheet calculates the taxes by default after filling the necessary info of outward supplies.Paid-Service: Need to mention the tax paid in cash and by input credit recd. from your supplier of services. Separate figures of ST, KKC and SBC to be provided.Challan-Service: All the challan number and amountCenvat: This sheet comprises your opening cenvat as on 1st April 17 and credit taken and availed. You closing balance of Taxes in your account books should match with the closing balance in this sheet.Hope this answer your queries.Please upvote if this answer your queries. Thanks
How do I sell my car in California? What do I need to have filled out in the pink slip?
If the pink slip is in the seller’s name, the seller needs only:Release interest (sign and date line 1a). If there are two registered owners separated by the word AND, then you’ll need line 1b as well.Complete the odometer disclosure (reading, sign and date as seller). If the car is more than 10 years old, this portion is not required.Tear off the Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability. Collect the buyer’s information using this form. You could mail it in, but I recommend filing online instead.There’s no need for the seller to do anything else to the title. The back is for the buyer to worry about.If you have adequate time to prepare in advance, I recommend visiting DMV (or an auto club) to obtain two original watermarked REG 262 forms. These are transfer forms with signature lines for both buyer and seller. Complete and sign two originals, crossing out the power of attorney section. Each party keeps a fully executed original.If you can’t get hold of REG 262, you can download REG 135 instead, but these do not have signature lines for the buyer. Less than ideal, but better than nothing. Leave the DL number blank though. You don’t need to share that information.
How do I apply for and get qualified for a mobility service dog in California?
Well, first off, I cannot speak to the laws in your state regarding service dogs, as I am Canadian. And I do not have experience with program dogs.But, in general you need to do one thing in order to have a service dog and that is have a permanent disability that is best mitigated (or helped) by having a service dog. If everything you can think of having a dog to do is easily done by something else ie medication reminders can be done by alarm clocks, mild static mobility support can be done by a cane, then you may not be best served by getting a service dog.However, if you feel your particular symptoms are best dealt with by getting a service dog that’s great, they are truly life changing. I cannot speak to how to apply for one though. I did not get either of my dogs from a program, I trained them myself. This is why your state laws are relevant - because I do not know if service dogs in training have the same rights as fully trained dogs in California, and this can make training a service dog extra complicated.Assuming you go the program route, you will need to Google or otherwise research mobility service dog programs in and around your area and then contact them to discuss whether or not you meet their application criteria. From what I’ve been told, most have very long wait lists though, so be prepared for that. You may also want to look into service dog groups on Facebook matching both type and location. Be aware that such groups can be very dramatic and judgey, but they can also be good sources of general info or at least someone to point you in the right direction.Most programs look at your physical ability to handle a dog, your understanding of their physical and emotional needs, your financial status in regards to care and your ability to commit to training to work with your dog and keep up their skills. Keep in mind, the dog may be free from a program but dogs need quality food, vet care, equipment to keep them safe and working, toys, supplements, insurance…and the list goes on.Also, please Google the recommended ratios for mobility work for service dogs to familiarize yourself with the size of dog you would need if the dog is going to be doing weight bearing work such as wheelchair pulling, bracing and so on. My dog who is training now is too small to do weight bearing work but my needs are more geared to support with things I cannot due because of my mobility like bending. If you need a dog who can take your weight to help you stay up, help you up from a chair or help you up from a fall and help keep a wheelchair moving etc, they need to be big enough to handle that strain. This is one case where they type of dog you may want or have your heart set on may not be what is best to mitigate your issues.So yeah, while you also have the option of owner training, please do not think it is as simple as apply to program, get dog if you go the program route. There will likely be a wait even after you are accepted (assuming that you are, I cannot say for sure you would be as I do not know which program you have in mind or anything about your circumstances).Really, I guess my point is that having a service dog is about a lot more than just what you go through to get one. The one thing you absolutely need - the disability - is just the start. And no matter where you get the dog, something else to consider is whether or not you can handle public attention. If you navigate the world with a dog beside you, you are going to get attention whether you want it or not. I get comments and questions literally everytime I go out with my service dog in training. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME! You are not obligated to educate the public because you have a SD but that won’t stop the public from wanting you to. And you may have the legal right to have your dog with you, but that won’t stop ignorant business owners from refusing you entry or telling you to leave. If you are not comfortable dealing with the challenges that come with having a SD, then they may not be the best option for you. I am not trying to discourage you, but these are things I feel any potential handler needs to consider.Good luck!