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reassessment

(rē″ă-ses′mĕnt) [ re- + assessment]
The evaluation and care of patients recovered from the field, performed en route to the hospital. It includes appraisals of mental status, airway, breathing, circulation, vital signs, chief complaints, and the effectiveness of initial treatments.
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In October 2017, Nokian Tyres had received a reassessment decision from the Tax Administration concerning the tax year 2011, according to which the company was obliged to pay a total of EUR59m, of which EUR39m was additional taxes and EUR20m was punitive tax increases and interest.
There is going to be a representative from New York State speaking on the huge and "hidden tax increase" called "REASSESSMENTS" at the next CITY COUNCIL MEETING ON APRIL 25, 2018, at 6:00 p.m.
"The Government needs to get a grip on PIP by making the assessment fit for purpose and investigating why people with worsening conditions are being hauled in for pointless reassessments time and again."
But taxpayers will only get a break from taxing entities that asked for disaster reassessments. That means homeowners could wind up paying city taxes based on their home's pre-Harvey value and school district taxes based on the post-Harvey value.
"It is positive that the Government recognises the fact that Parkinson's is a progressive condition that only gets worse with time and that people who already receive the highest rates of award deserve to be protected from the stress and uncertainty of repeated ESA reassessments. However, a problem still remains with the assessors' very mixed knowledge of Parkinson's.
Furthermore, New York State has unique property tax provisions; if property owners are not aware of these provisions and if they are implemented during reassessment, it could significantly impact property owners by shifting a disproportionate share of the tax burden to one or more classifications of property.
The Department of Transportation is moving ahead with plans to develop a "special permit" which would exempt pipeline segments from the seven-year corrosion reassessment requirement in the gas transmission integrity management rule.
For example, in May, EPA proposed to revoke exemptions from regulatory limits on residues for 129 inert substances used in pesticide formulations, arguing that it lacks sufficient data to conduct the detailed reassessment required under the FQPA.
The time period for reassessing large taxpayers is already one year longer than for other taxpayers and provides ample opportunity for CRA to audit the returns and issue reassessments.
Hence, unexpectedly higher reassessments gave local governments an excess of tax billings over their levies for the year.
It is easier to make frequent small reassessments and adjustments in life than to have life force you to make a sudden large change.
But travel is beginning to rebound, and while reassessments are already taking place to ensure the safety of travelers, it would seem to be a good time for tour companies, travel agents and hospitality providers to evaluate both the environmental and economic impacts of their industry as well.