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initiate

[i′nish·ē‚āt]
(computer science)
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A "preauthorized electronic fund transfer" under Regulation E is one authorized by the consumer in advance of a transfer that will take place on a recurring basis, at substantially regular intervals, and will require no further action by the consumer to initiate the transfer.
04, the IRS will not initiate an accounting method change where the change will place the taxpayer in a more favorable position than if the taxpayer had not been contacted for examination.
When I interviewed her in 1981, she had initiated thirty-two people into the Orisha tradition, and as the first santera to initiate a recognized Orisha godchild in New York City, she established precedents for performing initiation ceremonies there.
Another provision in the proposed regulations requires a financial institution to provide a "transaction trace number," on request, to a taxpayer as evidence that the taxpayer has completed those actions necessary to initiate an ACH credit.
Under the other method (the ACH Credit method), the taxpayer must contact its financial institution to initiate the EFT to a government account.