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Reverse

In numismatics, the back of a coin; that is to say, the "tails" side. The reverse often usually features some national monument or commemorates some event. The front of a coin is called the obverse.

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Haber believes that the dramatic increase in seniors turning to reverse mortgages is a result of traditional retirements tools--such as IRAs, pensions, and 401(k)s--not providing sufficient income to help fund everyday living expenses and healthcare requirements.
High-tech assets must be packaged and palletized by reverse logistics suppliers.
Despite continuing trepidation on the part of some seniors, FHA statistics indicate a more than fivefold increase in reverse mortgages, from 7,700 loans in fiscal 2001 to 43,000 in fiscal 2005.
PIPEs, which have myriad uses for emerging growth public companies, are fast becoming the financing vehicle of choice for companies using the back-door strategy of the reverse merger.
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Pantoja said her office processed 252 reverse mortgages in 2003, up from about 180 the year before.
Non-safe harbor reverse exchanges are aggressive; clients and advisers should exhaust all efforts to qualify for the safe harbor.
Whether the reverse audit will be completed using electronic data downloads or a manual approach, a detailed review of any capital expansion projects or capitalized purchases must be completed.
A reverse mortgage is an excellent financial planning tool.
Bruck: How did the practice of reverse staging come about?
Step 1: The supervisor notifies subordinates of the date and time of their appraisal interviews and provides them with reverse appraisal forms at least 2 days prior to the scheduled interview.
At first glance, reverse mortgages seem to generate few tax considerations.