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disregard

Social welfare capital or income which is not counted in calculating the amount payable to a claimant for a means-tested benefit

disregard

In air traffic control, it means to consider a radio transmission as having not been sent.
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To represent me as viewing it with ill-nature, animosity, or partisanship, is merely to do a very foolish thing, which is always a very easy one; and which I have disregarded for eight years, and could disregard for eighty more.
the importance of the crossing both of distinct species and of varieties is immense; for the cultivator here quite disregards the extreme variability both of hybrids and mongrels, and the frequent sterility of hybrids; but the cases of plants not propagated by seed are of little importance to us, for their endurance is only temporary.
The proposed regulations provide rules under which an IRS district director may disregard the participation of one or more persons in certain multiple-party financing arrangements in applying sections 871, 881, 1441 and 1442, relating to the 30% tax on U.
23 of the draft provides that the intentional disregard of the rules and regulations penalty applies when the facts and circumstances show that the filer knowingly or willfully failed to comply with the requirements of sections 6721 (failure to file correct information returns), 6722 (failure to furnish correct payee statement), or 6723 (failure to comply with other informationreporting requirements) of the Code.
For trusts created before June 28, 2005, the revenue procedure (and now Notice 2006-15 for all CRTs, whether created before or after June 28, 2005, until further guidance is issued) states that the IRS will disregard the right of election, even without a waiver, if the spouse does not exercise the right.
When an elected board of people allegedly representing the will of the majority of the voters disregards that majority opinion, then one must presume that the elected officials never intended to carry out the wishes of the voters in the first place.
The penalty for negligence or disregard of rules or regulations is not imposed if the taxpayer adequately discloses his or her position on Form 8275 ("Disclosure Statement"), or Form 8275-R ("Regulation Disclosure Statement") for a "good faith" challenge to a regulation, and attaches it to the return or a qualified amended return.
23) The regulations address only three of the five components of the accuracy-related penalty: (i) negligence or disregard of rules or regulations, (ii) substantial understatements of income tax, and (iii) substantial (and gross0 income tax valuation misstatements.
SABESP - NOTICE TO THE MARKET UPDATE: PLEASE DISREGARD PREVIOUS NOTICE, WE HAVE FILED A REQUEST WITH CVM AND ARE WAITING FOR THE REGISTRATION
Harris said in vehicular manslaughter, reckless disregard is based on an objective standard.
The Secretary, however, has chosen not to rely on his own agency's process and to disregard his own expert's conclusion that the trucks met the applicable standards and do not present an unreasonable risk.
The last factor described by the Second Circuit requires that the parties not disregard the form of the arrangement.