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Can I e-file 1099 forms?
Simple and Dynamic answer is "Yes". You can file 1099 forms online[1] electronically to IRS.If a company has more than 250 contractors, then they should file 1099 forms electronically using the IRS FIRE system. Etax1099 is authorised IRS efile tax provider, They will prspecial deals and offers for bulk tax filing of independent contractors. You can efile all 1099 forms including 1099-MISC, 1099-K and 1099-Int etc.Efile your 1099 forms online through Etax1099.com, No need of any other paper works in this. Simply You can register and upload your tax details directly after that Etax1099 tax professional team will review and take care of all the formalities and send to IRS and as well as you of 1099 reporting copy. You can check your submission status at any time at Etax1099.com.The 1099 online efiling due date in 2016[2] is APRIL 1st. They will allow us to efile complete year with penalty fees :O Hurry up!!!!!!! Efile your 1099 forms before due date.Footnotes[1] Tax Form 1099 Misc[2] Form 1099 Due Date
Does a fighter pilot know when another aircraft has a heatseeking missile lock on it?
Does a fighter pilot know when another aircraft has a heatseeking missile lock on it?Generally, no.Radar guided missiles are fairly easy to detect, assuming that the system circuitry is calibrated to pick up the frequency the missile’s radar is using, which it usually will be. Radar guided missiles are what would be known as ‘active homing’ missiles.Heat seeking missiles do not emit radar signals and monitor the reflected signals for guidance. They focus on intense infra red signatures, such as that of the heat that the target aircraft’s engines generate. This makes them ‘passive homing missiles’.However, even these missiles, while not radiating any radiation intentionally, do emit some infrared radiation through the short duration burn of the rocket motor used for propulsion and they are a weapon large enough to reflect a small radar return. Pulse Doppler radar is often used to detect incoming heat seeking missiles, unfortunately, they have short range and a short burn duration, meaning the time from launch to impact is only several seconds. That’s not much time to receive a warning and actually do something about it!As far as I’m concerned, an effective warning system that can detect and alert the pilot to an incoming heat-seeking missile should probably just annunciate a loud “Goodbye!” because that missile is going to be exploding at about the time the pilot comprehends it and he might not even be able to get his mouth open to utter any profanity first.
How hard is it to shoot down an incoming cruise missile? What is the kill probability of such an attempt? What is the most effective way to counter such a threat?
It ranges from technically feasible to remotely possible, through out the history of cruise missiles. The first among this type of weapon in wide use was the WWII era V-1 flying bomb, and for British fighter pilots it wasn’t a question of if they could intercept them but how many of them they had the capacity to shoot down.The issue of fighter interception was addressed in the succeeding V-2 ballistic missile which had a top speed of 5,760kph, none were known to have been intercepted by the RAF. The pattern of making cruise missiles elusive to interception attempts and new ways of defeating them is an ongoing technological endeavor.The main difficulties in intercepting inbound projectiles such as cruise missiles and ICBM’s include:The fire control radar’s (FCR) ability to reliably track and acquireMissiles may have minuscule radar cross sections and tracking from effective range is a challenge especially for pulse doppler radars which determine the range to a target using pulse-timing techniques.Tracking missiles traveling at hyper-sonic speeds is particularly difficult for semi-active radar homing missiles, which is the most common guidance type; when the FCR illuminates a target, the radar reflection which returns from it is received by a SARH missile’s seeker.The fundamentals of semi-active radar homing missile guidanceIn the case of a hyper-sonic target, the radar waves will reach the seeker at a much too high a frequency if the target is traveling towards it with the addition of the missile’s closing speed or too low if it’s departing. This variation can exceed the limitations of a missile’s seeker to accurately process the returning radar signal.The resolution of the radar, related to antenna size, determines a tracking system’s level of accuracyIt is divided into two categories; range resolution and bearing resolution. Range resolution determines the ability to distinguish between targets on the same bearing but at different ranges.The degree of range resolution depends on the width of the transmitted pulse, the RCS size of targets and the efficiency of the receiver. Pulse width is the primary factor in range resolution. Because cruise missiles have much smaller body than manned aircraft, accurately intercepting them requires a greater level of guidance accuracy.Distinguish low flying cruise missiles employing ground clutter or terrain followingCruise missiles can fly as low as 15 meters over water and up to 50 meters over land depending on terrain. Attack aircraft equipped with terrain-following radar can operate as low as 30 meters at speed and are deemed undetectable by an otherwise capable radar system.The radar horizon is the distance at which the radar beam rises enough above the Earth's surface to make detection of a target at low level impossibleOver The Horizon (OTH) radars are able to track and acquire targets so far that the earth’s curvature places them below radar horizon. And of course they can also designate targets hiding behind mountains, within valleys or are obscured by vegetation, power lines or buildings.This is made possible by the ricocheting of shortwave signals off of the ionosphere illustrated in purple, to and from the targetSeveral long range radar systems are able to utilize signals transmitted into the ionosphere by a friendly OTH radar from transcontinental distances. Modern SAM systems have a relaxed radar horizon limitation in semi-mobile configuration since direct line of sight with target isn’t necessarily required.A guidance system with faster refresh rate or reaction time in the terminal phase, which is necessary for a missile to accurately home-in on target with extremely high closing speedsThere are several types of phased arrays; dynamic, fixed, passive and active. Active Phased Array (APA) based radars to utilize rapid electronic inertia free scanning which allows faster reaction times.A missile especially designed for greater speed and kinetic range to adequately intercept projectilesThe majority of cruise missiles are subsonic and a missile’s transit speed does affect it’s effectiveness against them. But ICBM’s have a reentry speed of Mach 21.3 for the Topol-M and Mach 19.5 for the Minuteman III. The peak speed of SAM missiles ranges from no more than Mach 5.9 to 2.6 so the missile does not intercept an ICBM so much as placing it’s body in or along it’s path and affecting a collusion.Never the less a SAM or interceptor armed with faster missiles can afford to place more rounds into the path of an ICBM at more positions, slower missiles can manage fewer points of interception before the ICBM is too close.Russia's RS-28 Sarmat ICBM: Hypersonic Disaster for US Missile Defense ShieldA new feature among modern ICBM’s includes the capability to perform evasive maneuvers in the terminal phase to defeat missile interception. The RS-28 Sarmat is one such ICBM with this capability.They will fly to their target at hypersonic speeds performing maneuvers so that the existing American missile defense system would be incapable of intercepting them," Leonkov said.To follow suit with the maneuvers of an ICBM traveling 4–8 times faster puts greater emphasis on the missile’s speed as well as reaction time and maneuverability.These requirements preclude most air-to-air and surface-to-air weapon systems from effectively countering super-sonic or stealth cruise missiles and ICBM’s. Non-stealthy sub-sonic cruise missiles on the other hand can be intercepted by most modern fighters, interceptors, SAM’s and close-in weapon systems at varying degrees of success. They include several version of the RIM-7, Tor-M/M1/M2 short range SAM, Phalanx and AK-630 CIWS which protect naval ships.Test at sea resulted in the Tsirkon missile achieving 2,648 meters per second, covering 160 kilometers in one minute. On this basis the Tsirkon 3M22 will prove to be unstoppable by any adversary’s defenses“Zircon” will be introduced into the Russian Armed Forces as early as in 2018, well ahead of the initially established schedule (2020–2025)The capabilities of the FCR’s to acquire such targets would be tested. Virtually all fighters in service today in the 4++ or 5th generation category lack avionics specifically geared towards interception of hyper-sonic projectiles.The Su-30SM, Su-35S and Su-57 feature stealth target optimized radar systems complimented by AESA antenna installments and a redundant Infra Red Search & Track system. They have greater capacity to effectively designate sub-sonic cruise missiles which rely on stealth to avoid interception.X-59Mk2 stealth cruise missile at MAKS 2015The MiG-31 is today primarily intended for interception of inbound cruise missiles, ICBM’s and the destruction of orbiting satellites. It has similar capability to modern SAM systems when operating in groups with a ceiling of 24,380 meters and a sustainable speed of Mach 2.83.Long-range R-33 missiles are capable of striking air targets in near space, including satellitesThe aircraft’s predecessor, the MiG-25, was developed as a way to effectively intercept evasive surveillance aircraft like the Lockheed U-2 and SR-71. While today these aircraft are retired, the X-37B is an experimental aircraft which could function very much like the SR-71 but not necessarily beyond the MiG-31’s reach.
Do I send a 1099 to the IRS or to the employee?
To the recipient: you are required to issue and essentially mail out all of your Copy B of Forms 1099 to the recipient by January 31of the following year (if it falls into a weekend, then the next business day).To IRS: you have to send in Copy A of Forms 1099 and the transmittal Form 1096 to the IRS before February 28 of the following year (if it falls into a weekend, then the next business day).   For those of you that ‘outsource’ this service, your accountant with the proper system can actually submit the 1096 and stack of 1099s electronically (via FIRE System) by March 31. Note that if you are required to file 250 or more Forms 1099, you must file electronically.  Depending on state law, you may also have to file the 1099-MISC with the state.Hope it helps.And I would suggest that you read these two blogs to get more informtion about reporting for Form 1099 and contractors:1. Form 1099 MISC Rules & Regulations2. Form W-9 and 1099 Establishment & Reporting
Why hasn't one of the 85,000 IRS employees or a good hacker found and released Donald Trump's tax returns?
My guess is that nobody at the IRS particularly wants to lose their job and get hit with a felony rap. It’s a very serious offense to release tax return information without the proper authorizations, and those authorizations must have been duly logged and recorded before the tax return information gets released.Furthermore, the IRS’s internal audit and security controls are very stringent. Any IRS employee who looks up anybody’s tax return (not just special people like Trump’s) without having already obtained authorization to do so will set off security warnings and will be promptly visited by security personnel (actually agents from the Treasury’s Inspector General) and asked to explain what they were doing. Absent a very good explanation, the individual in violation will almost certainly be fired and stands a good chance of criminal prosecution, simply for looking up the return without proper prior authorization.About the only people who could possibly get their hands on Trump’s return without setting off a whole lot of red flags would be the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service John Koskinen himself and a tiny handful of his immediate subordinates. Thus, if these returns were to be leaked, fingers would be very quickly pointed back at Commissioner Koskinen, and if he couldn’t quickly finger the actual person responsible for the breach, he would be held responsible for it himself. The IRS is deadly serious about data privacy.The IRS’s return database is quite possibly the most secure computer system on the planet. There have been breaches of data held by the IRS, but these have invariably been accomplished through impersonation methods. Typically, what has happened is people have obtained, through non-IRS sources, the data the IRS uses to enable certain automated retrieval systems to identify a taxpayer. The one I’m most familiar with was the 2015 breach, in which student financial aid information (not held by the IRS) was compromised, and hackers were thus able to use the information obtained from that database to impersonate individual taxpayers to an automated IRS system, and thereby obtain limited individual tax information from the IRS. See Cyber hack got access to over 700,000 IRS accounts for more information.It would likely be far easier to hack into Trump’s tax preparer’s computer systems and get a copy that way than it would be to get a copy of his return from the IRS.
Why do Russian helicopters in Syria fly so low?
Russian (Soviet) principles behind helicopter warfare are very different from American, and their helicopters are very different as well.After the Vietnam War both nations did their math and came up with their helicopter designs. The Americans favored small, quick choppers like the AH-1 or the AH-64 which relied on speed and maneuverability. Their task was to counter masses of Warsaw Pact armor and take out as many tanks as they can and as quickly as they can. Most Western battle choppers follow the same philosophy from the Eurocopter Tiger to the light BO-105. They usually stop and hover while guiding their missiles from outside the range of anti-aircraft guns (at least originally they were designed to do that) then quickly disappear and reemerge at another point of the battlefield to launch more missiles.The Warsaw Pact, on the other hand, did not expect to encounter heavy armored resistance and their helicopters were built in a different fashion. In the Soviet doctrine the helicopters were to render close support to ground troops. What they had in mind was not an agile but fragile mosquito but something like a flying tank which doesn’t float but sweeps low and strafes enemy troops with gunfire and unguided missiles like a plane. This is how the Mi-24 was born. Imagine if you crossbred an A-10 Warthog with a Mi-8 transport helicopter on which the Mi-24 was actually based, and that’s what it is.The Russians also wanted their choppers to be capable of troop transport, hence the Hind has a cargo compartment. It was in fact a good idea which the Americans overlooked. Today there are various solutions to make Apaches capable of inserting or extracting special forces, but they aren’t exactly the best.On the other hand however, the Russians rarely used the cargo compartment of the Hind, so they designed their next helicopters without any. Thus the Mi-28 Havoc and the Ka-50 Hokum were born. They are a synthesis of Western and Eastern design principles, so to say. They still sweep low and deliver a punch.The Hungarian air force attempted to use Mi-24s in the fashion of Apaches, but it just wasn’t cut for it. It was not designed for the sneaky kind of assault. It is designed to storm the enemy like a tank.
Why are IRS agents considered incorruptible when handling the tax returns of the ultra wealthy?
Because, in the decades that the IRS has been handling such returns, not a single one has been leaked by the IRS. Federal law makes it a very serious criminal offense to disclose a tax return inappropriately, and the IRS has extremely strict internal controls on access to individual taxpayer records. These controls apply, by the way, not merely to the returns of high-wealth taxpayers; every tax return gets the same level of protection.If an IRS employee even so much as briefly glances at a taxpayer file without prior authorization, that employee will be promptly locked out of the computer system by IRS security oversight monitors, and TIGTA (Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration) agents will be dispatched to collect the employee and interview him or her to find out why an unauthorized access has been made. This normally takes less than fifteen minutes. If the unauthorized access was due to an honest mistake, the employee may be allowed to keep their job (provided that they don’t already have a history of such mistakes). If it was deliberate, they’ll be fired on the spot and may be referred to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecution. TIGTA agents take their job very seriously. I have never heard of a single incident of a TIGTA agent becoming corrupt.The only people with the authority to avoid TIGTA oversight of access to tax return data are the Secretary of the Treasury, the Commissioner of the IRS, and a handful of members of Congress (the respective chairmen of the House Committee on Ways and Means, the Senate Committee on Finance, and the Joint Committee on Taxation). And while these officers have the right in law to inspect any taxpayer’s file, those inspections would still be logged, and these officers would still be bound by the nondisclosure provisions of federal law: while they’re allowed to inspect the returns, and have the limited authority to authorize others in their employ to inspect them for reasons of analysis, they are still not be allowed to release the return information they are allowed to see to the public generally; anyone they share the return information with for the purpose of analysis is bound by the same secrecy laws that they themselves are bound by.
Do pilots use all the switches and knobs in the cockpit?
Well, you would think not, but then again…Take the pitot heat switch. It’s only used in flight if there is a possibility of moisture and the temperature is near freezing. But the pre-flight specifically says to turn it on, and the pitot (airspeed or ram-air probe) should get hot in 30 seconds. Don’t wait too long, it gets VERY hot. It may be 50 degrees here, but it’s 20 degrees colder just 5000 feet higher.Yeah, but what about all those circuit breakers? Well, the easiest way to be sure none are open (extended a little bit from the panel) is to wipe your hand across the entire panel of breakers. Any popped will stand out like a popped breaker, but you touch them all. And on and on.In a “glass” cockpit, touching the Primary Flight Display (PFD-flight instruments) or Multi-Function Display (MFD-engine gauges, map, terrain, charts, etc.) I guess counts as touching all the instruments they display. On old “steam gauges”, there were some you’d not need to touch to pre-flight or use, but you always looked at them to be sure the readings made sense before trusting them.Let’s run the “six-pack”.Airspeed indicator: no touch.Artificial horizon: set the dot to the horizon sometimes. Damn sure be certain it’s showing level on the ground!Altimeter: set the current barometer setting into the Kollsman window and verify altitude matches field elevation +/- 75 feet.Turn coordinator: no touchDirectional Gyro (or Horizontal Situation Indicator): set heading to match the “whisky” compass (+/- diviation). Also, set bug to runway heading.Vertical Speed: no touch.Before landing checklist: GUMPS:Gas fuel on fullest tank, confirmed by touching the valve. You have probably switched tanks several times already.Undercarriage. The insurance carrier insists you put the wheels down before landing.Mixture rich. You probably leaned the fuel/air mixture for economy in cruise. Be sure full power will be available if a go-around is needed.Propeller Pitch fine: Again, to be sure maximum power is available in case of a go-around, also very useful to manage airspeed (be a brake) during approach and landing.Seat-belts. Yea, sure. No one every unbuckles in flight. Anyhow, I’m busy, it’s noisy, I just grab your seat-belt and yank. If it’s secure, I know. I check mine too.I just spent about 4 seconds checking 6 (or 8 in a twin) things. Of course, you take more time if only 2 wheels come down, for exampleg.Lets see, Fuel totalizer: you have to press a button to get the Delta for the flight.Manifold pressure: probably no touch. Tachometer: no touch. But you must look at the Tach and MP to set power.The gist of this is that most things in the cockpit get touched, but the exceptions are certainly looked at. Probably don’t yank too hard at the whole-aircraft recovery parachute handle - but if you have one, I imagine it gets a glance from time to time. It’s not complicated, there’s just a lot of it. If you know what it’s for, it’s not very intimidating.My wife was floored (shocked, scared to death) when we went on our first flight (first date) together. I got near the takeoff end of the runway, pulled over, and pulled out a list of “How To Fly” (her impression. It was just the pre-takeoff checklist). She had flown before with someone who skipped the entire “checklist” thing. She eventually discovered that checking that Micky Mouse had all of his hands on the right numbers BEFORE taking off was a better plan that just hoping it all worked out. BTW, that was over 30 years ago, and I have not skipped a pre-flight, pre-takeoff or landing checklist yet.One other thing not touched, unless it goes off, is the “A Little Hot” annunciator. But, I’ve not seen that much since the movie Airplane! hit the screen.So, no, we don’t touch everything. But we fly as if we did. And there better not be anything in the cockpit we don’t understand. It’s not there just to make the aircraft more expensive.