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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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A significant amount of leniency had been shown by the employer by disregarding a significant amount of disability-related leave in the past.
The IRS assessed Schneider a preparer penalty under section 6694(b)(2) for intentionally disregarding rules or regulations that resulted in an understatement of tax liability.
7) Rulings in other areas similarly support disregarding momentary ownership for attribution purposes.
The Secretary is acting in violation of the Vehicle Safety Act and has exceeded his authority by disregarding the effect and significance of NHTSA's own safety standards.
Avoid phishing tactics by disregarding illegal email requests of personal information disguised as legitimate banking institutions.
Any trigger date set in error can be corrected by the IRS by disregarding that date when manually computing the interest.
The LAUSD may be, in some cases, acquiring urban land for new construction based on political expedience, while disregarding the environmental costs and health risks associated with the cleanup of polluted land,'' the audit said.
50 Series 1 Redeemable ("Series 1 Shares") of the Corporation on February 29, 1996, pro rata, disregarding fractions of shares.
7701(l) designed to prevent both abuse of the portfolio interest exemption and treaty shopping by disregarding the existence of a conduit entity in certain situations.
Determinations of consistency may be highly subjective, and should not constitute an independent basis for disregarding a ruling.
A newsletter issued by the IRS's Dallas Key District Office warns plan administrators of two plan practices that may result in violations of the plan qualification rules: (1) disregarding years of service in which an employee does not make elective deferral in determining the vesting of matching contributions in a Sec.