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The legal status of women receives the broadest attention. Concern over the basic rights of political participation has not diminished since the adoption of the Convention on the Political Rights of Women in 1952. Its provisions, therefore, are restated in article 7 of the present document, whereby women are guaranteed the rights to vote, to hold public office and to exercise public functions. This includes equal rights for women to represent their countries at the international level (article 8). The Convention on the Nationality of Married Women - adopted in 1957 - is integrated under article 9 providing for the statehood of women, irrespective of their marital status. The Convention, thereby, draws attention to the fact that often women's legal status has been linked to marriage, making them dependent on their husband's nationality rather than individuals in their own right. Articles 10, 11 and 13, respectively, affirm women's rights to non-discrimination in education, employment and economic and social activities. These demands are given special emphasis with regard to the situation of rural women, whose particular struggles and vital economic contributions, as noted in article 14, warrant more attention in policy planning. Article 15 asserts the full equality of women in civil and business matters, demanding that all instruments directed at restricting women's legal capacity ''shall be deemed null and void". Finally, in article 16, the Convention returns to the issue of marriage and family relations, asserting the equal rights and obligations of women and men with regard to choice of spouse, parenthood, personal rights and command over property.
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Aside from civil rights issues, the Convention also devotes major attention to a most vital concern of women, namely their reproductive rights. The preamble sets the tone by stating that "the role of women in procreation should not be a basis for discrimination". The link between discrimination and women's reproductive role is a matter of recurrent concern in the Convention. For example, it advocates, in article 5, ''a proper understanding of maternity as a social function", demanding fully shared responsibility for child-rearing by both sexes. Accordingly, provisions for maternity protection and child-care are proclaimed as essential rights and are incorporated into all areas of the Convention, whether dealing with employment, family law, health core or education. Society's obligation extends to offering social services, especially child-care facilities, that allow individuals to combine family responsibilities with work and participation in public life. Special measures for maternity protection are recommended and "shall not be considered discriminatory". (article 4). "The Convention also affirms women's right to reproductive choice. Notably, it is the only human rights treaty to mention family planning. States parties are obliged to include advice on family planning in the education process (article l O.h) and to develop family codes that guarantee women's rights "to decide freely and responsibly on the number and spacing of their children and to hove access to the information, education and means to enable them to exercise these rights" (article 16.e).
Affirming that the strengthening of international peace and security, the relaxation of international tension, mutual co-operation among all States irrespective of their social and economic systems, general and complete disarmament, in particular nuclear disarmament under strict and effective international control, the affirmation of the principles of justice, equality and mutual benefit in relations among countries and the realization of the right of peoples under alien and colonial domination and foreign occupation to self-determination and independence, as well as respect for national sovereignty and territorial integrity, will promote social progress and development and as a consequence will contribute to the attainment of full equality between men and women,
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New income code 58 is added starting for 2023 for nominees to report on Form 1042-S when they are unable to determine the characterization of income associated with a PTP distribution and therefore apply Regulations section 1.1446-4(d)(1) to withhold on the distribution in the absence of a qualified notice specifying the income attributable to the distribution. Forms 1042-S reporting this income code are required to be issued with respect to each PTP making the distribution (reporting the PTP in the payer's box (including payer's chapter 3 status code 38)). For information on reporting of PTP distributions generally, see Publicly Traded Partnerships (Sections 1446(a) and (f) Withholding Tax), later.
These instructions add a requirement that a broker, PTP, or nominee making a payment of an amount realized or PTP distribution to a QI acting as a disclosing QI provide to the disclosing QI a recipient copy of the Form 1042-S issued to the QI's account holder. A similar requirement is added for the issuance by a broker of a recipient copy of Form 1042-S to a nonqualified intermediary paid an amount realized subject to withholding under section 1446(f) when the broker issues Forms 1042-S to the account holders of the nonqualified intermediary receiving the amount realized (even though 10% withholding is applied to the full amount of the payment). See also the instructions for Form W-8IMY regarding this reporting requirement for when a nonqualified intermediary is paid an amount realized.
On December 18, 2018, the IRS and the Department of the Treasury issued proposed regulations (REG-132881-17) to reduce taxpayer burden with respect to certain requirements under chapters 3 and 4 of the Code. The proposed regulations provide that, under section 7805(b)(1)(C), taxpayers may generally rely on the proposed regulations until final regulations are issued. Specifically, for purposes of these instructions, a withholding agent may rely on the following provisions in connection with completing Form 1042-S.
Generally, an amount subject to chapter 3 withholding is an amount from sources within the United States that is FDAP income. FDAP income is all income included in gross income, including interest (as well as original issue discount (OID)), dividends, rents, royalties, and compensation. Amounts subject to chapter 3 withholding do not include amounts that are not FDAP, such as most gains from the sale of property (including market discount and option premiums), as well as other specific items of income (such as interest on bank deposits and short-term OID). See Regulations section 1.1441-2.
An exempt beneficial owner means a person that is described in Regulations section 1.1471-6 and includes a foreign government, a political subdivision of a foreign government, a wholly owned instrumentality or agency of a foreign government or governments, an international organization, a wholly owned agency or instrumentality of an international organization, a foreign central bank of issue, a government of a U.S. possession, certain retirement funds, and certain entities wholly owned by one or more exempt beneficial owners. In addition, an exempt beneficial owner includes any person treated as an exempt beneficial owner under an applicable Model 1 IGA or Model 2 IGA.
A financial institution generally means an entity that is a depository institution, custodial institution, investment entity, or an insurance company (or holding company of an insurance company) that issues cash value insurance or annuity contracts. See Regulations section 1.1471-5(e).
Amounts paid to foreign governments, foreign central banks of issue, and international organizations. These amounts are subject to reporting even if they are exempt from chapter 3 withholding under section 892 or 895.
Original issue discount (OID) from the redemption of an OID obligation. The amount subject to reporting is the amount of OID actually includible in the gross income of the foreign beneficial owner of the income, if known. Otherwise, the withholding agent should report the entire amount of OID as if the recipient held the instrument from the date of original issuance. See Pub. 1212, Guide to Original Issue Discount (OID) Instruments.
Guarantee of indebtedness. This includes amounts paid, directly or indirectly, for the provision of a guarantee of indebtedness issued after September 27, 2010. They must be paid by a noncorporate resident or U.S. corporation or by any foreign person if the amounts are effectively connected with the conduct of a U.S. trade or business. Report these amounts using income code 41.
Interest and OID from any obligation payable 183 days or less from the date of original issue are generally not required to be reported on Form 1042-S. See, however, the reporting requirements for deposit interest described in Interest on deposits paid to certain nonresident aliens in the bullet list under Amounts Subject to Reporting on Form 1042-S, earlier. 041b061a72