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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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Advisory opinions are not issued for hypothetical situations, general questions of interpretation, activities in which the party requesting the advisory opinion is not, and does not plan to be, involved or applications of the Stark law.
The Tax Court ruled that investment advisory fees are subject to the 2% rule under Sec.
However real the legal threat posed by not offering advisory services, the major providers in that area are confident enough in their investment recommendations that they'll indemnify plan sponsors against any claims involving bum advice.
This philosophy is reflected in the composition of the center's Advisory Council, the content of specific projects and, most importantly, in the center's philosophy of model public policy, social supports, and service delivery systems.
The same logic, if extended to investment advisory fees, would war rant an investigation into exactly what services were provided, to determine if they were "unique" to a trust or estate.
28, 1988, the first seminar organized under the auspices of the Community Advisory Committee took place.
It is difficult to measure the benefits provided to rehabilitation by corporate involvement and a Business Advisory Council.
an adviser would deliver its brochure at the start of the advisory relationship and make a written offer to deliver the brochure annually), with one important difference.