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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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However, a company needs to be able to timely prevent or detect significant and material misstatements in its balance sheet accounts.
To learn more about how internal audit departments are addressing the need for more timely risk and control assurance, PricewaterhouseCoopers conducted its second annual "2006 State of the Internal Audit Profession Study.
The IRS has not ruled formally on whether a refund of an overpayment based on an NOL reported on an amended return filed timely under 8ec.
5%) lead the list of demands of tenants in federally assisted housing, followed by timely and effective communication from their property manager or management firm (45.
14, 2003--was timely (within the above stated period of three years and six months from the payment date) to recover his overpayments for both tax years 1999 and 2000.
Often the resident/responsible party hasn't been rebilled or reminded to pay in a timely manner.
A state parolee petitioned for habeas corpus relief alleging that his parole revocation hearing was not timely and that a warden had improperly rescinded his good time credits.
may be affected by its ability to continue to implement its government technology solutions, its dependence on the federal government and state and local governments and other federal government contractors as its major customers, timely passage of components of the federal budget, timely obligations of funding by the federal and state governments, its dependence on procuring, pricing and performing short-term government contracts, its dependence on hiring and retaining qualified professionals, potential fluctuations in its quarterly operating results, including seasonal impacts, its dependence on certain key employees and its ability to timely and effectively integrate the businesses it may acquire.
882 to include a provision allowing foreign corporations to deduct expenses against their effectively connected income, but only if they timely filed a U.
I hit a good shot in there and missed about a 6, 8 footer, but that was timely because I was like level (with the leaders).
Under this ruling, a refund claim is timely as long as a taxpayer files it within three years after filing a tax return--even if the return is filed more than two years after payment.