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substantiation

noun authenticating evidence, confirmation, confirming evidence, corroborating eviience, evidence which bears out the truth, evidence which proves a supposition, evidence which ratifies a pooition, evidence which validates a supposition, supporting evidence, verification
Associated concepts: substantiation of charges
See also: attestation, certification, citation, confirmation, corroboration, documentation, evidence, jurat, proof, ratification, realization, recommendation, reference, support
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POM's advertising failed to point out numerous shortcomings in its claim substantiation and therefore made itself an easy target for the FTC.
Each of these businesses is also required to provide the ACCC with a carbon tax removal substantiation statement by 18 August 2014 and to publish them on their websites until 30 June 2015.
The substantiation requirements for monetary donations of less than $250 remain fairly informal under Sec.
Some examples of the types of claims that could possibly be the subject of a substantiation notice are:
The same substantiation requirements apply to excluding from the employee's income the value of the phone as a working condition fringe benefit.
Deutsche Bank (Frankfurt) has implemented the Integrity account substantiation service from Business Control Solutions (London) for its business in the UK, Europe, Asia and the Americas.
It is given as a statement of fact and that means it must be capable of substantiation if it is not to break the rules.
Expanded Sunscreen Testing programs for multi claims substantiation
Unfortunately, the claims made in advertisements are not always backed by adequate substantiation (Wiseman & Rabino, 2002).
It said influence might have been used to avoid an autopsy that would have exposed the circumstances of the death, which until now had been the subject of rumors without substantiation.
There will be consistent and standard definitions of nutrition claims and there will have to be scientific substantiation and approval of health claims such as disease reduction--authorised by the European Food Safety Authority.
Among other provisions, the SSAE provides guidance on evaluating management's basis or substantiation for making an assertion about an entity's internal control over financial reporting and the severity of control deficiencies.