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US Federal Reserve: 03AppendixC Job Aids

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Appendix C Interviewer Job Aids Appendix C.0 List of 2003 SSBF Job Aids Differe 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 9A. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Tax Forms Used by Different Organization Types Eligibility Criteria Frequently-Asked Questions and Answers TNMS Disposition Codes Instructions for Logging In and Out of the TNMS Answering Machine Scripts CATI Functions SSBF Important Codes/Telephone Numbers Institution Look-Up Institution Look-Up Quick Reference Top 10 Reasons to Participate in the SSBF En
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   Appendix CInterviewer Job Aids  - 1 - List of 2003 SSBF Job Aids Differe 1. Tax Forms Used by Different Organization Types2. Eligibility Criteria3. Frequently-Asked Questions and Answers4. TNMS Disposition Codes5. Instructions for Logging In and Out of the TNMS6. Answering Machine Scripts7. CATI Functions8. SSBF Important Codes/Telephone Numbers9. Institution Look-Up9A. Institution Look-Up Quick Reference10. Top 10 Reasons to Participate in the SSBF11. Entering Institution Names into Look-Up Table12. Conventions for Entering Institution Names Into Look-up Database13. Conventions for coding responses to A10_214. Tools for working batch four main cases after incentive increases to $20015. Encouraging Respondents to Report Dollar Amounts in Balance Sheet Questions16. Encouraging Respondents to Return Worksheet and Other Materials  Appendix C.0  - 2 - Job Aid #1Tax Forms Used byDifferent Organization TypesOrganization Type Tax Form Sole Proprietorship 1040Schedule Cor EZPartnerships 1065C-corporation 1120 or1120AS-corporation 1120S  Appendix C.1  - 3 - Job Aid #2Eligibility Criteria To be eligible for the survey, a company must meet all of thefollowing eight criteria: ã Currently be in business ã Have fewer than 500 employees ã Be privately-owned (vs. part of the government) ã Not be a majority-owned  subsidiary of another company ã Be for-profit (vs. not-for-profit) ã Have been in business in December, 2003 ã Must be the main location or headquarters, if the firm has morethan one location ã Must belong to an eligible industry (i.e., not  be a financialinstitution or farm).    Appendix C.2
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