retroactive


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  • adj

Synonyms for retroactive

descriptive of any event or stimulus or process that has an effect on the effects of events or stimuli or process that occurred previously

affecting things past

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Placed OF Josh Hamilton, LHP Tyler Skaggs and RHPs Cory Rasmus and Garrett Richards on the 15-day DL, retroactive to March 27.
Retroactive Legislation and Financial Statement Reporting Interpretations
Regrettably, there is no evidence that the Ontario government's retroactive amendment of the Retail Sales Tax Act was informed by any of these factors.
A long line of cases established the policy that retroactive child support would be determined entirely by judicial discretion.
For Federal Wage System employees, DFAS anticipates effecting all of the retroactive increase during the pay period in which the personnel action is received and processed by the pay system.
In a perfect world, the first time a claims-made liability policy is purchased, the retroactive date will be the same as the effective date.
There is one important qualifier to this: The insurance contract says that the event (E) must have occurred after a preagreed-upon date that we call the retroactive date (often called the "retro" date).
He says if Devlin Timber did sell its product to an American customer and a retroactive tariff was imposed on the company, there would be no way to recover the money for those tariffs.
Statutory accounting procedures allow the benefits of an adverse-development cover to be reflected as "other income" on the income statement and as "special surplus from retroactive reinsurance" on the balance sheet.
One of the more significant elements of the debate over passage of the Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 dealt with the retroactive effective dates of certain tax provisions of the law.
Senator Moynihan appears not be getting the message his retroactive 6an On tax free financing of arenas and stadiums is bad news for cities.
Benefit payments may be retroactive for as much as one year before the application date, but no benefits are due until the 6th month following the month when medical conditions caused the person to stop working.
Higher Tax Rates--Individual income tax rates rise substantially, retroactive to the first of the year.
The 7-year agreement and the 4-year agreements were all retroactive to the July 1, 1985, date when conditions of employment were subject to amendment under provisions of the Railway Labor Act.
The class action and complaint to intervene follow lawsuits that were filed by Hooper, Lundy & Bookman in May of this year, on behalf of hospitals challenging these types of retroactive policy rescissions.