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Synonyms for voluntary

Synonyms for voluntary

of or relating to free exercise of the will

contributing one's time without pay

someone who offers his or her services freely

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composition (often improvised) for a solo instrument (especially solo organ) and not a regular part of a religious service or musical performance

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of your own free will or design

controlled by individual volition

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The primary benefit of making a voluntary disclosure is that the IRS will not refer a taxpayer who comes clean voluntarily for criminal investigation.
In fact, 38 percent of those brokers now actively sell voluntary benefits, --compared to only 21 percent just two years ago.
The report, to the Vale Voluntary Sector Joint Liaison Committee, says: "We feel it important that we highlight the impact of funding reductions on voluntary organisations and services in the Vale in recent years and our concerns for future funding.
The programme provides a way for policy makers to reach hundreds of thousands of voluntary and community sector organisations through the extensive depth and reach of the partners networks.
Voluntary Benefits Magazine is also the official sponsor of the annual Voluntary Benefits Conference, http://www.
voluntary is used of an act that results from freedom of will.
It seems that these companies are seeing the attraction of the voluntary frontier.
Along with all these added changes, users can still access: Law Day planning materials; various grant applications; the Voluntary Bar Leaders Handbook; Voluntary Bar Liaison Committee contact information; Bar-to-Bar E-News, an electronic digest of voluntary bar happenings and other legal news from around the state; and the Voluntary Bar Events Calendar.
According to the Voluntary Sector Forum, this will eliminate $200 million from programs of social significance.
A Who's Who of voluntary services on Tyneside has been published to highlight the area's selfless side.
One of the joys of being a member of the DAV is the opportunity to serve each other as part of the Voluntary Services program.
Likewise, they will ensure airmen are aware of the current voluntary separation initiatives.