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Synonyms for assess

Synonyms for assess

to establish and apply as compulsory

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

Synonyms for assess

evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of

charge (a person or a property) with a payment, such as a tax or a fine

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set or determine the amount of (a payment such as a fine)

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estimate the value of (property) for taxation

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The current bond tax started at $30 annually per $100,000 assessed value but has since dropped to about $18 because of construction of new homes and rising valuations, district officials said.
The IRS argued that the code did not require the individual partners to be assessed and that the valid assessment of the partnership should extend to the individual partners.
Otitis Media may be assessed with the Otitis Media-6 (OM-6) (29) or the expanded OM-22, (30) as well as the Otitis Media Clinical Severity Index (OM-CSI), the Otitis Media Functional Status Questionnaire (OM-FSQ), and the Otitis Media Diary (OMD).
In Junction City, however, a home assessed at the median value - $98,414 - will have its property taxes reduced 7 percent, to $1,388, the assessor's office reported.
Every property in Ontario is entitled to be assessed at fair market value .
To rectify the problem of a tax shift, the NYPIRG recommended that in the short term the Finance Department lower assessments on over assessed homes, noting this would likely require the city either to adjust the tax rate to make up for $127 million in lost revenue annually--or to forego this revenue.
The graphic, "Multicase Outcome Approach" (left), illustrates a hypothetical example of a site being assessed for possible acquisition.
Smith, who's assessed the workforce at Aurora Metals, a nonferrous foundry in Montgomery, Illinois.
Physicians' capabilities and performance in these matters is assessed by training, board certification, peer review, experience, utilization review, liability history, conformity with quality assurance standards, and outcome indicators.
Although counselors who work in the acute, hospitalization phase of rehabilitation are recognizing the importance of involving the family, counselors who become involved in later vocational rehabilitation have seemingly ignored the importance of the family as a valuable asset to rehabilitation goals or assessed their relevance to the rehabilitation process.
Based on the sub-area's lower acreage and total assessed benefit, its proportional share of outstanding debt equals approximately $11.
The author has often reassured faculty that they have always assessed student learning; an instructor has to do so in order to give students grades.
The red-hot real estate market pushed the assessed value of Los Angeles County properties up nearly 10 percent to a record $856 billion in fiscal 2005, the biggest hike in more than a decade, records released Thursday show.
6501 requires taxes to be assessed within three years after the date a return is filed.
The proposed SASs require auditors to develop a better understanding of audited entities and their environments, to use that knowledge to more rigorously assess the risks of material misstatement of the entities' financial statements and to better link the nature, timing and extent of audit procedures with assessed risks.