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reclassification

noun change, changed ordering of priorities, changed priorities, reallocation, reallotment, reanalysis, reapportionment, rearrangement, reassignment, reassorting, reassortment, reconstitution, redistributing, reestablishment, regradation, regrouping, reorganization, retabulating
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If all 2016 revenue reclassifications had occurred on January 1, 2016, Global Client BPO revenue would have increased 7% year over year (~9% on a constant currency basis).
2) In order to prevent hospitals from abusing the reclassification process, the Secretary promulgated a regulation known as the "Reclassification Rule," which prohibited urban hospitals that were granted reclassification as rural hospitals from then seeking reclassification back to urban in the same fiscal year.
Reference significant partial reclassifications to respective footnote for additional information.
The immediate expected benefit of reclassification will result from an anticipated increase in portfolio flows with the entry of foreign institutional investors and passive or index-tracking investors that will have to rebalance their portfolios to include Qatar and the UAE.
Ernst & Young Bahrain will hold further detailed IFRS update seminars, including a training seminar on financial instrument reclassification and other amendments to IFRS early next month.
The reclassification of an asset depreciated under MACRS might not follow the original intent of Regs.
This exhibit uses the net of tax and reclassifications method.
Stakeholders raised concerns that certain requirements about the reclassification of items out of accumulated other comprehensive income would be costly for preparers and add unnecessary complexity to financial statements," said FASB Chairman Leslie F.
the reclassification of product line sales within Medical Supplies; and
The reclassifications and adjustments will not impact the Company's total cash flow in any period.
ADP/SIS clients that are DTC participants will now have access to the depository's Domestic Tax Reporting Service (DTax), which provides vital year-end tax reclassification information to financial institutions, significantly streamlining their 1099 reporting to customers.
The aggregate after-tax effect of these loan reclassifications and related financial statement adjustments on previously reported unaudited earnings for 2002 was $9.