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Synonyms for amend

Synonyms for amend

to advance to a more desirable state

to make right what is wrong

to prepare a new version of

Synonyms for amend

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* For tax years beginning in 2004 and 2005, under WFTRA Section 312(a), amending Sec.
ERISA Section 402(b)(3) requires an employee benefit plan to include a procedure for amending the plan and for identifying the person(s) authorized to amend it.
This funding becomes especially critical in situations in which an employer may be selling a company, whether through a sale of assets or stock, and in which an employer is considering amending its plan to eliminate or add such benefits.
Individual taxpayers must now calculate their 1993 AMT at a 26% rate for the first $175,000 of alternative minimum taxable income (AMTI) above the AMT exemption, and at a 28% rate for amounts over that.(2) (2)RRA Section 13203(a) amending Sec.
TRA issues are those determined under the Tax Reform Act of 1986 and later laws amending the Internal Revenue Code on or before Dec.
Failure to follow the proper procedures in amending a U.S.
Amending the Peza charter will also institutionalize tax perks granted to economic zone firms, and will no longer be borrowed from executive orders, and internal revenue issuances.
(16) for the year 2018, a law amending the Jordanian Arbitration Law No.
Based on the Pulse Asia survey conducted from March 23 to 28, about 64% of the respondents were against changing or amending the 1987 Constitution; 23 % are in favor to amend it now while 32 % believe it should not be amended 'but it may be amended sometime in the future.'
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 9, 2018-Cardiome signs amending agreement for term loan agreement with CRG-Managed Funds
M2 PHARMA-April 9, 2018-Cardiome signs amending agreement for term loan agreement with CRG-Managed Funds
Subdivision (f)(6)(B) refers to "transcriber" and the Committee proposes amending those references to "transcriptionist." Rule 9.190 The hyphen is removed from "non-final" for (Judicial consistency throughout the rules set.