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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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ABC determines that it wants to voluntarily reclassify the plumbers as employees under the VCSP.
In a letter dated June 21 to the organizations filing the petition to reclassify marijuana, DEA Administrator Michele M.
It is critical to reclassify loan claims and set aside additional loan-loss reserves if necessary after carefully examining whether existing classification is appropriate or the reserves are necessary,'' Hayami said in a speech to the Trust Companies Association of Japan.
that some type of amnesty growth be administered by the IRS that would permit businesses that in good faith mistakenly classified workers as independent contractors, and had complied with the tax and information reporting obligations associated with such classification, to reclassify such workers as employees and avoid back taxes and penalties.
If appropriate, reclassify an item into another folder.
The Authority expects to restate its financial statements to reclassify certain revenue and expense items relating to promotional allowances and several other items.
Contract notice: Reclassify offices around the wing 3 residence heerd bruges sint-pieters.
Global Banking News-12 August 2010-Israeli banking regulator asks lenders to reclassify debt of Yes(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Official List to reclassify the Ordinary Shares and Zero Dividend Shares as set
Cost-segregation studies make it possible to identify assets installed in a building and to reclassify the allocated costs to Sec.
USING COST SEGREGATION, OWNERS CAN RECLASSIFY real property as personal property in order to obtain faster depreciation write-offs.
For the last few years, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has provided extensions to those areas that were unable to meet the deadlines without requiring them to reclassify to the higher pollution level.