John Barnes admits he has sympathy for Ashley Barnes after Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho described his clash with Nemanja Matic as ‘criminal’.The Serbian was sent off for his reaction to the incident during Burnley’s 1-1 Premier League draw at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.The Blues chief appeared on Sky Sports programme Goals on Sunday and said he was unhappy that a red card had not been shown to the Clarets star.The incident plays up to Mourinho’s view that there is an ‘agenda’ against the west London club, but Barnes insists the Portuguese is wrong.“Jose Mourinho has gone a bit over the top a bit about Ashley Barnes,” he told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast show. “I have a little bit of sympathy with Ashley Barnes.“It wasn’t even a tackle. He was going to pass the ball to the full back. He’s followed through and caught him.“It looked worse than it actually was. I don’t think you should be attacking players [like that]. Referees are not against Chelsea, they make mistakes. Jose’s gone a bit over the top.”
CCH Tax Day ReportThe IRS has issued proposed regulations amending the definitions of qualified matching contributions (QMACs) and qualified nonelective contributions (QNECs) to allow employers with plans that permit the use of amounts in plan forfeiture accounts to offset future employer contributions under the plan to apply such amounts to fund QMACs and QNECs. Taxpayers may rely on these proposed regulations.Under current regulations, to qualify as a QMAC or QNEC, contributions must satisfy nonforfeitability and distribution requirements at the time the contributions are made. Commenters have asserted that employer contributions should be able to qualify as QMACs and QNECs as long as they satisfy applicable nonforfeitability and distribution requirements at the time they are allocated to participants’ accounts. The reason is that requiring satisfaction of applicable nonforfeitability and distribution requirements at the time amounts are first contributed would preclude plan sponsors with plans that permit the use of amounts in plan forfeiture accounts to offset future employer contributions under the plan from applying such amounts to fund QMACs and QNECs.Under the proposed regulations, employer contributions would qualify as QMACs or QNECs if they satisfied applicable nonforfeitability requirements at the time they are allocated to participants’ accounts, but need not meet these requirements when they are contributed to the plan.These regulations are proposed to apply to tax years beginning on or after the date of publication of the Treasury decision adopting these rules as final regulations in the Federal Register. Taxpayers, however, may rely on these proposed regulations for periods preceding the proposed applicability date. If, and to the extent, the final regulations are more restrictive than the rules in these proposed regulations, those provisions of the final regulations will be applied without retroactive effect.Comments RequestedComments and requests for a public hearing must be received by 90 days after publication in the Federal Register. Send submissions to CC:PA:LPD:PR (REG-131643-15) Room 5203, Internal Revenue Service, P.O. Box 7604, Ben Franklin Station, Washington, D.C. 20044. Submissions may be hand-delivered Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. to CC:PA:LPD:PR (REG-131643- 15), Courier’s Desk, Internal Revenue Service, 1111 Constitution Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C. 20224, or sent electronically via the Federal eRulemaking Portal at www.regulations.gov (IRS REG-131643-15).Proposed Regulations, NPRM REG-131643-15, 2017FED ¶49,736Other References:Code Sec. 401CCH Reference – 2017FED ¶18,110DCCH Reference – 2017FED ¶18,111NCCH Reference – 2017FED ¶18,121DCCH Reference – 2017FED ¶18,122NTax Research ConsultantCCH Reference – TRC RETIRE: 3,210.10CCH Reference – TRC RETIRE: 27,152.25
HyVee is now facing a class action lawsuit over that data breach.The suit filed this week says customers who had their credit card info stolen deserve to recover damages because of negligence by the grocery store chain.HyVee says the breach may affect you if you paid with a card at the gas pump or at the in-store restaurant at Columbia’s West Broadway and Conley Road locations. The fuel pumps at the West Truman Boulevard store in Jefferson City were also in the breach between last December and this July. Get more info here.Columbia native Dustin Murray is one of the people named in the lawsuit. It says he eats at the in-store restaurant about 2-3 times per month, and his debit card data was compromised.
The ICC Cricket World Cup is one of the most celebrated sports events of the world and is held every four years. It consists of the One Day International cricket matches with a league and knockout basis. It started in 1975 in England when the games were test matches. In accordance to the 2015 index, 20 teams had played for the qualifiers and 14 made it to the World cup mains.Australia has won the World Cup 5 times and India has won twice and Pakistan, Sri Lanka and West Indies have won the game once each.While Australia has been the champion five times, the most number of runs scored in the World Cup is by Sachin Tendulkar, which is 2,278. The highest wicket taker of this game is Glen McGrath with a total of 71 wickets taken so far. Considering the last five World Cups and their winner, a detailed study of them is enlisted:> In 2015, Australia won the cup playing against New Zealand in Australia> In 2011, India won the cup against Sri Lanka in India by 6 wickets> In 2007, Australia won the cup against the Sri Lankan team in West Indies by 53 runs> In 2003, the World Cup saw Australia winning against India in Zimbabwe by 125 runs> In1999, the World Cup was again won by Australia for 8 wickets against Pakistan in LondonAustralia, being the hat trick winner of the World Cup in this century, are usually termed as the best and the masters of cricket. Their record still remains intact with another win being added to their kitty after winning the 2015 World Cup.advertisement