The two intentionally spared coins are in the U.S. National Numismatic Collection, ten others are held in the United States Bullion Depository at Fort Knox, and the one remaining recovered coin was sold in 2002 to an anonymous private owner who paid US$7.59 million for it
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By introducing Rs 2000, will the collection of black money not start again?
Question: By introducing Rs. 2000, will the collection of black money not start again?Answer: Black money will continue as always because it is created and continued by people like us. Rs. 2000 denomination is not going to change it.What this government has done is that a huge amount of black money is going to be cleansed from our economy. It will not prevent black money because ever single rupee that is stored without tax is black money. The government will try to come up with news laws and methods which will try and reduce the black money. The ingenuity of many us will try to beat the new laws. So it is a continuous game of cat and mouse, or the police and thief.Introduction of Rs. 2000 is only to help continue the cash economy that most Indians are comfortable with
------How does garbage collection work in Haskell?
I'll talk about immutable data types as I'm not sure how it works if you're using MVar or other mutable types.Following from the Haskell wiki ( to immutable data Haskell generates a lot of short lived garbage, there is a nice property about this though: immutable data will never point to younger values. This makes garbage collection a lot easier as we can scan newer values and free those not pointed to by the same set of newer values.GHC uses a generational garbage collector and so the short lived garbage is quickly and cheaply collected, that which lives on gets promoted to older generations.nSee: think GHC uses a copying collector, see the glossary linked above for more information, reference for this claim is welcome as I don't remember where I read it.
------How do debt collection companies operate?
Third party debt collection agencies make money on a commission basis in most cases, though some may charge a monthly fee or a set fee for particular services such as skip tracing. They determine if a debt is legitimate by receiving verification of the debt from the original creditor. The laws that govern CA's are the FDCPA (Fair Debt Collection Practices Act) which is overseen by the FTC (Federal Trade Commission), also check out the CFPB (Consumer Federal Protection Bureau) for updates on new laws by state and country. When an account is placed with a third party collection agency by their client, in most cases the agency received verification of that debt at the same time. Once they send a debtor an initial collection letter the debtor then has 30 days in which to dispute the debt or request verification - the CA would then send that verification to the debtor once requested and they would do this within 30 days
------What is the Best Software for Collecting Data?
Collecting data is a very broad term, there are many use for data collection, that can cover online behavioral data, to survey application, to manual collection, iot data ingestion, etc...If you are looking to collect data from your website, Google Analytics is generally implemented as a standard and if you are paying for the 360 version of it, allow you to export granular information. Other alternative to collect this clickstream data exist such as snowplow an open source software.If you are looking at collecting survey data, there is quite a wide range of software that can be used for that purpose from Online Survey type of software such as survey monkeys, to NPS softwares, ...If you are looking at software for collecting manual inputs, databases systems such as Access or even Excel worksheet can be sufficient.
------How can tax collection be improved?
More auditors and more revenue agents. For every $1 spent on the IRS, it generates AT LEAST $6 in new tax revenue. If you can find yourself an investment that does better than that, I'd love to know about it. It is estimated that roughly $300 billion in federal taxes goes uncollected every year and only about $ 60 - 80 billion of it ever gets recovered through audits and collection activity. If more auditors and revenue agents were hired, the amount recovered could easily be well over $ 100 billion or more. It is also estimated that $ 100 billion of that uncollected amount would be almost impossible to ever collect because it is related to the "underground economy", i.e. that guy who fixes cars in an alley that only takes cash from his customers and never even files a tax returns, etc.
------How do I find the SBI collect reference no. of one of my transaction?
SBI Collect basically gives the facility for Corporate Banking Users to receive the online payments for their GST. All this amount can basically be transferred to their SBI-Collect account in no time.List of Options (Payment):1) Internet Banking for all the Banks2) Debit & ATM Card3) Cheque/ Cash4) Credit Card5) RTGS/ NEFT6) UPI (my preferred one)How to Pay via SBI Collect?Step 1: Go to website: State Bank of IndiaStep 2: Select 'SBI collect' from the header menu.
Step 3: Checkbox to accept T&CStep 4: Click the proceed buttonStep 5: Mention the State of Institution or CorporationStep 6: Select the Type of Institution or CorporationStep 7: Find & select the Recruitment nameStep 8: Mention the Payment Category as decided by youStep 9: Provide the relevant details like Name, Mobile, etc.Step 10: Confirm your detailsStep 11: Select the right channel for the payment.Step 12: Get the receipt!That's it. That's how you pay via SBI Collect. Reply here if more help is needed
------How long do collections stay on your credit report?
A collection will stay on your credit report for up to seven years AFTER THE DATE OF FIRST DELINQUENCY (DOFD). That is, the date of the first missed payment leading up to the account being charged off and sent to a collection agency by the ORIGINAL CREDITOR. The clock does not start over again because a collection agency recently reported it.
However, a lot does depend on what information was actually reported by the collection agency. If they failed to report the DOFD the scoring model will look for the Date of Late Activity which will be most likely be more recent and then look for the date reported. Both of which will cause additional damage. However, this is a violation of the FDCPA -the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act.How long do collections stay on credit report?
------Java has automatic garbage collection. Why wasn't similar feature added to C in revised versions of language?
Good question!There are a number of C garbage collection libraries. For example: A garbage collector for C and CNone of these libraries can possibly perform as well as Javas GC. This is because when you run stuff inside a VM, the VM is free to shuffle things around as needed. Things like circular referencing can easily be resolved. This is difficult (or impossible) to deal with if youre just a library.Nevertheless, it is worth noting that proposals to add some form of GC to C were made:N2670: Minimal Support for Garbage Collection and Reachability-Based Leak Detection (revised) open-std.
org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/papers/2007/n2310.pdfAs of now (mid 2016), I believe all of them were rejected.Per Marks comment, here are the reasons why garbage collection proposals were rejected: Stroustrup: FAQ.
------What are the principles of data collection and analysis?
Data collection is about gathering data, and this is considered to be the initial stage of any activity. Unless and until you have the data with you, you cannot progress. But, field data collection is not an easy task. You need to focus on certain principles while collecting the data. Those are:Relevance- The data that you have collected should be relevant to your company or brand and should match with your requirement.Simplicity- The data should be simple and easy to analyse.
Accuracy- The collected data should be accurate and to the point. If you collect wrong data, the entire process and data analysis will also go wrong.Clarity- The data should be clear and easy to understand.
You need to pay attention towards these factors for both data collection and data analysis. These are the key factors for the entire Field Reporting process and you must remember that
------Can a collection agency collect for a debt that's over 15 years old?
Yes. There may be limits to their legal options after some period, but that wont stop them from attempting to collect. It is a debt, even if not a valid one anymore.Disclaimer:I had collections against me for a debt I did not owe. I challenged a bad contract and won and had proof I was let out of the contract, and owed no money. But that didnt stop them from selling the debt to collection agencies, who insisted the debt was valid and claimed the originator verified the debt, and refused to accept any proof of discharge of the debt.So lack of legal basis for collections wont stop collections agencies, most of which do not operate legally (they skirt the law in a manner they can claim to be following it, while certainly not following the spirit, and arguably not following the letter).
------Why are group payment collection sites (like payitsquare.com) not succesful?... Even WePay which started as a group payment collection site pivoted to become a generic service.
This is a great question and one our team has spent a considerable amount of time thinking about. We just launched a new group payment platform, www.buyvite.com, versus a service and here's why, we feel there is a huge need for a group payment option that is simple to use and more focused on the point of sale. Our philosophy is focused on our partners, versus our service. But the larger answer I feel is that people are willing to adopt anything that makes their life easier. The group payment space is growing because these solutions deliver an easier way to organize a group transaction and more importantly a better way for people to get paid back. Transaction volume is something any payment platform would have on their radar, but the space itself is very new, making it a great vertical for growth and innovation
------What is the easiest way to organize my MP3 collection?
ID3 tagging using iTunes is slow and cumbersome.If you're on a PC, take a look at a free bit of software called Tagscanner - It's perfect for fixing up and tagging large volumes of music. It can connect to Discogs to find missing data, generate tags from filenames and a bunch more really handy features.As for organising the folders, I just let iTunes organise them for me, which is found in iTunes preferences. All you need to do is specify your music directory, then whenever you want to add music to iTunes, you just dump it into that folder, then drag it into iTunes and it'll automatically create any new folders that might be required, then it'll dump the new music into their appropriate folder. It sorts it into Artist, then Album, which I've found fine.If you're looking into syncing between external and internal, check out PureSync, a fairly straightforward folder syncing program
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