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advisory

(ăd-vī′zĕ-rē)
A report issued by a drug manufacturer or government agency about a medical product that may cause serious injury or death to patients.
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Most advisory opinion requests seek guidance regarding the anti-kickback statute or safe harbor regulations.
The IRS maintained that investment advisory fees are commonly incurred by individuals outside of trust administration.
In our marketplace, investment advisory service is a requirement for being in the business," notes Ken Robertson, executive vice president of The 401(k) Company, an Austin, Texas-based plan provider with a national client base of middle-market plan sponsors.
A total of 10 survivors of brain injury and 6 family members serve on the Advisory Board and on center committees.
Eleven former directors agreed to be banned from banking; nine signed consent cease and desist orders for restitution for advisory fees totaling $51,930 and paid civil money penalties totaling $45,000 and one consented to debarment of practice before OTS.
Return preparation fees, according to the court, are "unique," while investment advisory fees are not.
According to the Advisory Opinion, under a New Note Defeasance, "the new Lender pays consideration for the assignment of the Mortgage in the form of an assignment of the New Loan rather than the traditional cash consideration.
It's really a big deal in the communities where they're going up, because it's the community kids who are doing the actual painting and the labor in putting it up,'' said advisory board member and former co-chairman Jim Beal.
A decision was made at the first meeting to use the name "The Austin Hospital Community Advisory Committee," and that name is still current.
Projects With Industry (PWI) programs funded by the Rehabilitation Services Administration are required to have a Business Advisory Council (BAC) functioning in a leadership capacity to the project.
NEW YORK -- Alvarez & Marsal Transaction Advisory Group, LLC, an affiliate of the leading independent global professional services firm Alvarez & Marsal, announced that Kent Willetts, formerly a partner with the private equity transaction services practice of KPMG, has joined as a managing director and national practice leader.
It was interesting to note that the SEC staff view some financial planning activities as investment advisory and not others, commenting that it is theoretically possible to be a financial planner and not give any advice about securities.

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