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Deficiency

A shortage or insufficiency. The amount by which federal Income Tax due exceeds the amount reported by the taxpayer on his or her return; also, the amount owed by a taxpayer who has not filed a return. The outstanding balance of a debt secured by a mortgage after the mortgaged property has been sold to satisfy the obligation at a price less than the debt.

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Aimen Arif from Pakistan Planning and Management Institute said that the malnutrition is caused by a combination of dietary deficiencies, weak maternal and child health and nutrition care, water and sanitation issues, lack of awareness about health and nutrition issues, low literacy rate and low micronutrient content in the soil affecting immunity, growth, and mental development and performance in later years of life.
Hardly 25% of the population understands the implications of vitamin deficiency and even less people do something about it before they fall prey to the irreversible damage of these deficiencies. The eBook by Paul Christopher will enable people to understand and safeguard their health in the best way possible.
Here are some very common & prevalent deficiencies found in children & their nutritional management.
Among the 273 coagulation factor deficiency patients, inherited coagulation factor deficiencies including factor VIII deficiency in 121 (44.3%), factor IX deficiency in 32 (11.7%), factor V deficiency in 18 (6.6%), factor XIII deficiency in 15 (5.5%), factor VII deficiency 12 (4.4%), factor X deficiency 9 (3.3%), factor I deficiency in 8 (2.9%), factor II deficiency in 3 (1.1%).
The objective of the auditor is to appropriately communicate to those charged with governance and management deficiencies in internal control that the auditor has identified during the audit and that, in the auditor's professional judgment, are of sufficient importance to merit their respective attentions.
This study was adequately powered for its major observations, but lost power and significance when it focused on women with multiple thrombophilic deficiencies. Nevertheless, it confirmed the greater risk of VTE with OC use in thrombophilic women, and clarified the absolute risk of VTE over a woman's reproductive life, which remains fairly stable because women with thrombophilic deficiencies are at such high risk to begin with.
Most taxpayers are content to allow the IRS to use the offset method to eliminate deficiencies agreed to in an examination.
* On average, the 329 companies disclosed three internal control deficiencies. Small cap companies disclosed an average of 2.51 deficiencies and 2.5 remediation actions; mid caps, 2.71 deficiencies and 3.02 actions; and large caps, 3.71 deficiencies and 4.76 actions.
The national top 10 deficiencies list has not changed too dramatically over the past several years.
If a proposal meets--only meets--the requirements of an adequate or acceptable proposal, that particular aspect will not have any strengths, inadequacies, or deficiencies. The proposal rating is green.
The more well-known basics, of course, are that state and federal surveyors may cite deficiencies for failures in assessment, lack of timely assessment, failures in care planning, and failures to implement care plans in accordance with F Tags 271-287 under the Resident Assessment regulatory grouping.