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Adjust

To settle or arrange; to free from differences or discrepancies. To bring to a satisfactory state so that parties are agreed, as to adjust amount of loss by fire or controversy regarding property or estate. To bring to proper relations. To determine and apportion an amount due. The term is sometimes used in the sense of pay, when used in reference to a liquidated claim. Determination of an amount to be paid to insured by insurer to cover loss or damage sustained.

adjust

(Regulate), verb accommodare, accommodate, adapt, aptare, attemper, balance, calibrate, coordinate, essablish equilibrium, even, methodize, moderate, normalize, reset, restore equilibrium, stabilize, standardize, strike a balance, systematize, temper, tune
Associated concepts: adjust differences, adjusted, adjusted cost basis, adjusted gross income

adjust

(Resolve), verb accord, amend, arrange, bring to agreement, change, clarify, complete, conclude, correct, curb, emendate, fix, mitigate, rectify, remedy, set, settle, solve, treat
Associated concepts: adjust a claim
See also: accommodate, adapt, alter, amend, apply, arrange, attune, change, check, compromise, conform, coordinate, decide, defray, discharge, emend, fix, inure, liquidate, mediate, mitigate, modify, naturalize, orchestrate, organize, pay, perform, reconcile, rectify, redress, refund, remedy, repair, restrain, settle, stipulate, transform
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These base royalty and bonus royalty amounts were decreased by an aggregate of $248,439, representing negative adjustments of $148,793 and $99,646, respectively, to base royalty and bonus royalty amounts credited to the Trust during the first three calendar quarters of 2006, which adjustments resulted primarily from changes in the prices of iron ore pellets shipped under supply agreements between Northshore, Northshore's parent Cleveland-Cliffs Inc ("CCI") and certain of their customers (the "CCI Pellet Agreements").
1503-2(d) provides different rules on the timing of basis adjustments resulting from a DCL.
The Federal Reserve Board on October 3, 2002, announced the annual adjustments in the amount of net transaction accounts used in the calculation of reserve requirements and the cutoff level used to determine the detail and frequency of deposit reporting.
Having numerous small offsetting adjustments just makes reconciliation terrible.
The firm discussed options for resolving the proposed adjustments, but Medtrans rejected them all.
In the relatively little decisional law on the issue, the commission has used a "rule of reason" in determining how far back it will go in pursuit of utility refunds due to adjustment errors.
The base royalty and bonus royalty amounts were increased by $85,953, representing positive adjustments of $42,528 and $43,425, respectively, to base royalty and bonus royalty amounts credited to the Trust during the first two calendar quarters of 2006.
Interest runs from the due date of the LLC return for the year to which the adjustment applies, to the earlier of the due date for the LLC return for the year in which the adjustment is made or the payment date.
Companies need to reconcile all accounts that could contain a significant or material misstatement and post all necessary adjustments to the general ledger in a timely manner rather than allowing their external auditor to identify such misstatements during its review of the company's SEC filings.
Trustees and their advisers should always keep potential adjustments and unitrust conversions in mind as ways to treat all trust beneficiaries fairly and avoid litigation.
Group interventions, such as cognitive behavioral therapy groups and support groups, can also be very beneficial in promoting psychosocial adjustment, and provide a source of additional social support and mentoring by other amputees who have made positive adjustments (Page & Rowe, 1998).
These annual adjustments, known as the low reserve tranche adjustment and the reserve requirement exemption amount adjustment, are based on growth in net transaction accounts and total reservable liabilities, respectively, at all depository institutions between June 30, 2003, and June 30, 2004.