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retroaction

[¦re·trō′ak·shən]
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DETROIT -- Placed RHP Bruce Rondon on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 1.
Because the credit expired in 2011 and was made effective for tax year 2012 through retroactive legislation enacted in 2013, calendar-year taxpayers may not recognize the benefit of the R&D credit for purposes of their 2012 financial statement.
In its Comprehensive Response of the Government of Canada to the Seventh Report of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts, the Department of Finance held open the possibility of retroactive legislation in response to adverse decisions by the Tax Court of Canada.
The four appellants stressed the rule against retroactive application of legislation and the fact that the Divorce Act does not use the word "retroactive" in the section under which initial support orders are made.
To maintain quality control in processing the hundreds of thousands of pay actions related to this retroactive increase, agencies and major commands will be designated to a specific pay period for processing.
Such an extension is essential if coverage is terminated and not replaced, if coverage is switched to an occurrence basis, or if coverage is switched to a new claims-made insurer and the retroactive date is advanced to the inception date of the new policy.
Claims-made insurance underwriters may be unwilling to keep the same retroactive date, which is usually the same as the date of the first claims-made liability policy.
Terms such as tail, extended reporting periods, claims made, occurrence and retroactive dates represent concepts that have become critical to understand.
They're really interested in that; they want it and they're willing to pay the price, but we're not willing to take a chance yet on a retroactive tariff.
Four Georgia state prisoners who were convicted as recidivists brought a [ss] 1983 action challenging the retroactive application of a recidivist statute by the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles.
113), provides for retroactive accounting of reserve guarantees that were funded through a reinsurance agreement.
Q: I was promoted in May 1999 and told that I would get a retroactive raise effective January, 1,2000.