2 edition of Small entity compliance guide found in the catalog.
Small entity compliance guide
1999 by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Air and Radiation, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards in Research Triangle Park, N.C .
Written in English
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Net compensation occurs when the total amount of payments or incentives received by an issuer Small entity compliance guide book a payment card network with respect to electronic debit transactions exceeds the total amount of all fees paid by the issuer to the network with respect to electronic debit transactions or debit-card-related activities. In addition, a trust that is not deemed to be a separate legal entity is a resident of each state or territory in which its trustee is, or trustees are, resident. The rule prohibits an issuer from receiving "net compensation" from a payment card network with respect to electronic debit transactions or debit card-related activities within a calendar year. To comply with the rule, an issuer must enable at least two unaffiliated payment card networks on each debit card. The rule prohibits an issuer that is subject to the interchange fee standards from circumventing or evading the interchange fee restrictions.
The rule is intended to combat pay to play arrangements in which advisers are chosen based on their campaign contributions to political officials rather than on merit. Securities and Exchange Commission as a "small entity compliance guide" under Section of the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act ofas amended. Regulation II requires issuers that Small entity compliance guide book subject to the interchange fee standards to retain evidence of compliance with the regulation's requirements for not less than 5 years from the end of the calendar year in which the electronic debit transaction occurred. Section of the EFTA also directs the Board to prohibit issuers and payment card networks from restricting the number of payment card networks over which an electronic debit transaction may be processed to one network or two affiliated networks. Only the rule itself can provide complete and definitive information regarding its requirements. Several exemptions, including the exemptions under Regulation D and Rules and A are only available for offers and sales by an issuer of securities to initial purchasers and are not available to any affiliate of the issuer or to any person for resales of the securities.
The rule addresses one type of circumvention directly. Which issuers are not subject to the interchange fee standards? For purposes of determining whether an issuer is exempt, networks may rely on the lists published by the Board. Specifically, section prohibits networks from inhibiting the ability of merchants to provide discounts or in-kind incentives for payments by cash, check, debit card, or credit card.
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The fee is related to a transaction where either the merchant or the account being debited is outside the United States. An Small entity compliance guide book fee is any Small entity compliance guide book established, charged, or received by a payment card network and paid by a merchant or an acquirer for the purpose of compensating an issuer for its role in an electronic debit transaction.
In order to assist small issuers in identifying which networks have implemented two-tier fee structures, the Board will publish annually a list of the average interchange fee each network provides to its covered issuers and exempt issuers.
Whom should you contact if you have further questions? The interchange fee standards in Regulation II do not apply if the fee meets any one of the following conditions-- The fee is not an interchange fee. Department of Health and Human Services to better protect public health by, among other things, adopting a modern, preventive, and risk-based approach to food safety regulation.
Pay to play practices could, for Small entity compliance guide book, lead a political official to choose an investment adviser with higher fees or inferior investment performance because the adviser contributed funds to the official's election campaign.
Return to text 3. The fee is charged or received with respect to an electronic debit transaction initiated using a general-use prepaid card that is-- Issued on a prepaid basis in Small entity compliance guide book specified amount; Redeemable upon presentation at multiple, unaffiliated merchants for goods or services; Not issued or approved to access an account held by or for the benefit of the cardholder other than a subaccount or other method of recording or tracking funds purchased or loaded on the card on a prepaid basis ; Reloadable, and not marketed or labeled as a gift card; and The only means of access to the underlying funds, except when all remaining funds are provided to the cardholder in a single transaction.
Choosing an adviser with higher fees or weaker performance could harm retirees who rely on public pension plans.
ATM-only networks do not count toward the number of unaffiliated networks enabled on the card. The SECG provides information that can help small and very small businesses understand how the requirements of the Produce Safety Rule apply to them.
Sprout operations also have different compliance dates, and sprout operations that are small businesses and very small businesses have compliance dates of January 26,and January 28,respectively.
Reloadable general-use prepaid cards sold prior to April 1,need not comply with the network exclusivity provisions unless and until they are reloaded. Section of the EFTA also directs the Board to prohibit issuers and payment card networks from restricting the number of payment card networks over which an electronic debit transaction may be processed to one network or two affiliated networks.
Thus, fees charged in connection with transactions wherein either the merchant or the account being debited is located in a foreign country are not covered by section or Regulation II. If an issuer believes that information in the Board's lists is not accurate, the issuer should file a correction request as instructed on the Board's website.
Importantly, the rule would not ban or limit the amount of political contributions an adviser or its covered associates could make; rather, it would impose a limited "time-out" on conducting advisory business for compensation with a government client after a contribution is made.
An issuer may satisfy the non-exclusivity requirements by enabling any two networks so long as the networks are unaffiliated and have reasonable capacity. For example, fees charged by issuers to consumers or fees charged by networks to merchants where the network does not pay or credit that fee to an issuer are not covered by section or Regulation II.
The rule addresses one type of circumvention directly. The Federal Trade Commission is responsible for enforcement with respect to other entities not covered by the above regulators. Advisers Act Rule 4 -5 The new rule, adopted under the Investment Advisers Act ofapplies to SEC-registered investment advisers and certain advisers exempt from registration with the SEC who provide investment advisory services, or are seeking to provide investment advisory services, to government entities.
Securities and Exchange Commission as a "small entity compliance guide" under Section of the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act ofas amended.
The issuer is organized in-state. For purposes of determining whether an issuer is exempt, networks may rely on the lists published by the Board. The SECG can also help them understand those modified requirements.
A payment card network may not restrict an issuer's ability to contract with any payment card network that may process the issuer's electronic debit transactions.
Specifically, section prohibits networks from inhibiting the ability of merchants to provide discounts or in-kind incentives for payments by cash, check, debit card, or credit card.
Section of the EFTA also addresses discounts at the point of sale and transaction minimums. The guide summarizes and explains the rule, but is not a substitute for the rule itself.
Reloadable general-use prepaid cards sold on or after April 1,must comply by May 1, Networks, however, may prohibit discounts and incentives to the extent that the discounts differentiate among issuers or networks.SMALL ENTITY COMPLIANCE GUIDE: PREPAID RULE Version Log. The Bureau updates this guide on a periodic basis.
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