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How to decide my bank name city and state if filling out a form, if the bank is a national bank?Somewhere on that form should be a blank for routing number and account number. Those are available from your check and/or your bank statements. If you can't find them, call the bank and ask or go by their office for help with the form. As long as those numbers are entered correctly, any error you make in spelling, location or naming should not influence the eventual deposit into your proper account.
How a Non-US residence company owner (has EIN) should fill the W-7 ITIN form out? Which option is needed to be chosen in the first part?Depends on the nature of your business and how it is structured.If you own an LLC taxed as a passthrough entity, then you probably will check option b and submit the W7 along with your US non-resident tax return. If your LLC’s income is not subject to US tax, then you will check option a.If the business is a C Corp, then you probably don’t need an ITIN, unless you are receiving taxable compensation from the corporation and then we are back to option b.
If an "All-Out" federal strategy on renewable energy started today in the United States, how long would it take for us to be 100% renewably powered?Probably 20-30 years to get to 70-80%, but 80 years to get the last 20-30%.Let's clarify that the assumption here is that the United States actually decides to do this per the hypothetical. That means that for whatever reason, the politics has shifted massively from where it currently stands. There are a lot of roadblocks to 100% renewable energy, but relatively few toward mostly renewable energy -- assuming you've solved the politics problem. Here's what you need:An integrated long-distance gridYou'll be carrying a lot of wind from the Midwest, possibly from offshore in the East, and tons of solar from the Southwest long distances. So you're going to want much better long-distance power lines, maybe even with superconducting trunks. This will let you use Arizona's 5 pm sun to power Florida's air conditioners at 8 pm. Is this trivial? No. Is it technologically impossible? Absolutely not.Millions of electric carsWe use a lot of non-renewable fuel for transportation. We're going to need electric vehicles to fix that. Please don't get me started on hydrogen unless you want to throw away 1/3 of the renewable electricity in making it and then also develop an infrastructure to dispense it nationally. Let's just note we get 10% of our liquid fuels from renewable sources today (ethanol and biofuels). Once we get most people on electric vehicles, we can use range-extenders (like the Chevy Volt and BMW i3) and battery swapping (like the Tesla Model S) to get people long distances. And let's acknowledge that millions of gas-powered cars will exist 20-30 years from now even if we "Moonshot" this goal with national will. We are going after the first 80% of non-renewables....Oh, those EVs will be frequently grid connected during the day, by the way. They'll gather excess urban solar power and feed small bits of it back to the grid when needed for high peak demand. People will limit how much they "give back" based on their commute needs and all of this will be seamless. Given that the electricity will be free/nearly free to those that participate, getting enough to join in will work just fine.Billions of solar panels and millions of wind turbinesThe good news is we are already getting these. The bad news is before our "Moonshot" program, it wasn't happening fast enough. In Germany, residential solar is $2.20 per watt installed, in the U.S. it's more than 2x as expensive. First, we need to have a national permitting standard that makes getting residential and small commercial systems installed cost next to nothing. Next, since we are in the "Moonshot" phase, everyone knows about this and the 30% federal tax credit is extended beyond 2016. Third, we are going to want thousands more qualified installers, so a national training program will help electricians learn to do this and offer it on a per-hour basis when you call them up, like getting a new outlet put in. With a federal standard requiring net metering indefinitely for utilities in exchange for some sort of depreciation tax credits that allow utilities to gracefully move from the power generation business to the grid-management business, more and more power will be made locally and stored in people's cars, small-scale battery farms and eventually utility-scale batteries as well (see below). Land-use requirements will have to be overhauled to make siting solar panels and wind turbines trivial, without pointless environmental reviews. Some birds will die but you can rest easy knowing more birds will die if we had continued down the current carbon-energy path that is wrecking habitats of wildlife everywhere. The federal government will aggressively promote massive solar farms across its billions of acres of nearly useless lands in the west. Fortunately, the amount of land that needs to be covered to power the whole country with solar is tiny.X, Y and Z PrizesTo make renewables work better with intermittency, the grid improvements will help a lot. The long-distance grids will be joined and local grids will get "smarter" to allow for rapid switching between high wind and low-wind areas and rapid access to backup power. A major source of that over time will be things like "flow batteries" at the utility. Those will exist because the government will award a series of $10-$100 million prizes for various innovations in design and manufacturing of them. It will do similarly for home and commercial batteries that are low cost and use easy to produce and manufacture materials like aluminum and silicon.Although hydrogen won't power the vehicle fleet much. it can act as a somewhat unlimited storage "reservoir" because it can be scaled beyond battery capacity in some places. The government will also award prizes for fuel-cell and turbine designs that are inexpensive and can run on natural gas and hydrogen. Utilities will be able to provide baseline power using hydrogen that's renewable in some cases when it can't store excess solar and wind power efficiently in the various batteries (grid, home/commercial, vehicle) that are available). Biogas/biomass will also be part of the mix for fuel cell and turbine generation.Additional "X Prizes" will be awarded for electric vehicle batteries that meet specific killowatt-hour-per-kilogram goals and cost-per-kilowatt-hour goals.Efficiency will be rewarded at all levelsUtilities will all be regulated such that they are rewarded for reduced usage. In California, per-capita energy usage is about the same as it was in 1970. In the rest of the country, it's up by about 50% since then. Part of the reason is the stupid regulation of most utilities vs. California's somewhat more sensible system. Since utilities are private entities with shareholders, they won't quietly agree to be "disrupted" but will agree to changes that enrich them.One massive change will be that state PUCs will all -- with federal cajoling or arm-twisting -- change the game such that less is more. For every kilowatt not used, the utility will get a little bit richer, but for every one used, it will get a bit poorer. This will lead to more efficiency rebates for better appliances and lighting which will cut consumption. It's realistic to believe that 20% of the fossil-fuel usage can be eliminated this way over the next two decades.The Treasury will help, too, by increasing the magnitude of tax credits for energy efficiency to encourage the installation of better windows, weatherstripping, new appliances and tons of non-sexy stuff that causes people to use less. Mocked programs like Energy Star have combined with technology improvements to lead to TVs that use 20% or less the power of older models, even though screen sizes have increased. A free lunch if ever there was one.Some amount of biofuel magic will be conjured upOnce we kill off the stupid corn-based ethanol nonsense, we can focus on cellulosic types. Algae-based and other biodiesels will also be funded at the research level. Again, prizes for production milestones will be handed out in addition to basic research grants. We are seeking here not to replace 100% of gasoline, but rather to replace 10-20% of gasoline. With electric vehicles getting better over time, the need for liquid fuels will abate. Fuel economy standards will take care of another 20% of liquid fuel usage. But there will be a gap and it will take time to rid ourselves of gasoline and diesel. Part of the gap will come from easy-to-grow crops that grow on lousy land or in bogs that are carbon capturers as they are produced and have a high conversion rate. It's going to take timeThe grid will take a decade to build out properly and another decade to perfect. Offshore wind remains an experiment right now, so whether it can work as part of the mix is unknown (and it cuts intermittency down a lot if it can). The batteries to power 200 million EVs would take many years to build if we started tomorrow. This doesn't even mention the sheer volume of solar panels required to replace our coal generation and I skirted the question of whether you want to decommission the existing nuclear (which is carbon free, but aging, technically non-renewable and remains dangerous).The good news is that if you listen to the doomsayers who claim this will cost us trillions, I'd say that feels like a bargain. The average person is buying 400 gallons of gas for $1500. The electricity to replace that will run them at least $1000. That's more than $50 billion just at the pump. The end cost of the electricity -- which will be free of inflation by the way -- will be below the current national average per kilowatt price by a few cents once we've bought all those panels and turbines (even accounting for storage). Probably save another $10-20 billion as consumers right there -- and that savings will grow over time.Then there are the savings from not burning coal and making people ill from it (not to mention mining it) or from tailpipe emissions (lower than ever, but not gone). Urban asthma rates suggest billions in healthcare savings are a given, perhaps much much more. Of course, this doesn't even consider the possibility other countries will follow suit and as a result the global temperature rise will be mitigated, limiting the dislocations caused by increases in sea level. Nor does it contemplate the possibility of a reduced military presence once U.S. foreign policy doesn't need to be so focused on the free flow of Persian Gulf oil.
How does one run for president in the united states, is there some kind of form to fill out or can you just have a huge fan base who would vote for you?If you’re seeking the nomination of a major party, you have to go through the process of getting enough delegates to the party’s national convention to win the nomination. This explains that process:If you’re not running as a Democrat or Republican, you’ll need to get on the ballot in the various states. Each state has its own rules for getting on the ballot — in a few states, all you have to do is have a slate of presidential electors. In others, you need to collect hundreds or thousands of signatures of registered voters.
What forms do I need to fill out to sue a police officer for civil rights violations? Where do I collect these forms, which court do I submit them to, and how do I actually submit those forms? If relevant, the state is Virginia.What is relevant, is that you need a lawyer to do this successfully. Civil rights is an area of law that for practical purposes cannot be understood without training. The police officer will have several experts defending if you sue. Unless you have a lawyer you will be out of luck. If you post details on line, the LEO's lawyers will be able to use this for their purpose. You need a lawyer who knows civil rights in your jurisdiction.Don't try this by yourself.Get a lawyer. Most of the time initial consultations are free.
How do I get admission to TU if I have qualified for the JEE Mains? I am from Assam, and I want to do so under the state quota. Will there be any state rank list to be released, or do I have fill out any form?If you haven't filled up any form then I am not sure if you are gonna get any chance now….This is the procedure they follow--- after you have qualified in JEE-MAINS. You have to fill up a form through which they come to know that you have qualified. Then they give a list of student according to their ranks (both AIR & state ranks). Then according to that there's three list A,B & C in which there's all the quota and all. And they relaese one list in general. According to that list theu release a date of your counselling .Note- The form fillup is must.