RRA


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Registered Record Administrator

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RRA

Registered Record Administrator.

RRA

registered record administrator

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RRA

A person registered by the American Medical Records Association, who plans, supervises, designs, and develops medical records systems for health care facilities.
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The prisoner program is need-based, which is determined by an RRA committee that interviews prisoners and determines they meet the criteria set by the government to release them of their debt.
No experience is necessary for a kid to have success in RRA
My favorite among RRA offerings is the 16-inch-barreled Coyote Carbine--primarily because it's also available in 6.
The first was his statement of IRS interpretation and implementation of RRA at the one year anniversary mark.
The state association can refer you to the RRA or ART whose practice encompasses your particular needs.
It is especially important because of the growing interaction between insurance and securities and the failure of the RRA to address the applicability of the securities laws to risk retention groups.
The RRA permits the transfer of certain excess pension assets to a healthcare benefits account on a tax-free basis without other penalties.
Without a license or charter, a corporation or other limited liability association does not fit the definition and is not entitled to the exemptions from state insurance and federal securities laws provided through the RRA.
RRA has been licensing Zotec Partners' Electronic Billing Center (EBC) billing suite, RIS and Decision Support module since 2005.
The diminution of the benefit is caused by two factors--changes in the capital gains rates since the RRA '93 and the alternative minimum tax (AMT).
Development of technical project for overhaul (rehabilitation) for the project: Road II-55 "Veliko Tarnovo-Gourkovo-Nova Zagora-Central 2-border RRA Haskovo" from km 57 + 700 to km 72 + 150 and km 117 +900 to +000 153 km on the territory of Stara Zagora RRA.
RRA '93 undermined (at least in part) the relative certainty of the disclosure mechanism by adding the requirement that there be a "reasonable basis" for the tax treatment of the disclosed item, a standard intended to be "significantly higher" than the nonfrivolous standard.