long-term


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  • adj

Synonyms for long-term

relating to or extending over a relatively long time

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OANHSS wants the legislation to commit the province to preserving, protecting and promoting not-for-profit long-term care.
Not long ago, when someone mentioned long-term care, most people thought only of older people.
CLIENTS WANT TO BE TAXED AT LONG-TERM CAPITAL GAIN RATES WHEN THEY SELL LAND DEVELOPED AS RESIDENTIAL LOTS OR CONDOMINIUMS.
110(a) provides a safe harbor, excluding from gross income any amount received in cash (or treated as a rent reduction) by a lessee from a lessor under a short-term lease of retail space, for the purpose of the lessee's constructing or improving qualified long-term real property for use in the lessee's trade or business at the retail space, but only to the extent that the amount does not exceed the amount expended by the lessee for the construction or improvement (a qualified lessee construction allowance).
The NIH recently approved funding for the SMART study, a long-term clinical endpoint study that will focus on the use of antiretroviral therapy in the treatment of HIV disease.
Unfortunately, there is little consistent financial support for the kind of job coaching (on or off the job) that many people will need in order to form that attachment, and many agencies are hard pressed to find fiscal support for long-term services.
The process of locating quality long-term care solutions is often a race against the clock," said Karen Grimisch, founder and Executive Director of Alzheimer's Services of the East Bay.
Many thanks for your comments on the long-term care insurance article.
Consumers are concerned--after a lifetime of hard work accumulating assets to assure a comfortable retirement or to pass on to heirs--that the result of their life's toils will be wiped out by a long-term debilitating illness.
In contrast to the Clinton proposal, the Bush long-term care tax deduction is designed to affect behavior: specifically, to encourage families to purchase long-term care insurance.
Today it might be called "lifestyle insurance," protection from the sort of helpless dependence that people endure when they must spend all of their assets on long-term care.
By contrast, the Federal Employees Group Long-term Care Insurance Act of 1999 (HR 110), introduced by Representative Elijah E.
Gilbert Guide Provides New York City Residents With a Comprehensive and Time-Saving Resource for Finding the Best Long-Term Care Facilities and Services in the Five Boroughs