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timely

A term of art used in the context of the Single Assessment Process, which refers to an appropriate and opportune time for an individual and their carer(s) to carry out a particular activity or function.
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Finally, electronically transmitted documents and documents sent via private carriers, are not covered by the timely-mailed equals timely filed rules of Section 7502.
6511(a) provides that in order for a refund claim to be timely it must be filed within three years from the time the relevant return was filed, or two years from the date the tax was paid, whichever is later.
* Ensure a timely analytical review of the account balances of all low-risk accounts to ensure they provide adequate evidence upon which to base a conclusion that the accounts contain a significant or material misstatement.
It's essential that financial executives across the organization recognize that when implemented with care, continuous auditing is about improving the quality and timeliness of communication between auditor and management, providing management more timely input on the state of controls and risks and keeping the auditor better informed.
Next is timely and effective communication from their property manager/management firm (54.0%), followed by access to high-speed internet or fiber optics (31.5%).
Veterans have earned the right to timely access to VA medical care as a continuing cost of national defense.
Additionally, this special Web page provides timely information to some smaller news agencies that may not have full-time reporters.
By establishing a process by which suggestions are publicly released on a timely basis, LMSB can validate whether its assessment of the issues' relative importance squares with those of taxpayers.
It would seem natural to suppose that business and governments would assign a high priority to determining how to write reliable software in a timely, cost-effective way.
These summits offer ACA sections a timely opportunity to advance the goals of the ACA Public Awareness Campaign through strategic alliances.
Print is fine for timeless subjects, but it forecloses the possibility of making a monthly magazine timely in any meaningful sense.
Announcing this, Additional Accountant General Muhammad Hassan Rana said in an official statement on Friday that since the current fiscal year was proceeding to its conclusion, the payments of the bills were to be made apart from timely use of funds of the development projects.