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Reclassification

In mutual funds, the act or process of changing one type of fund into another type. For example, one may reclassify a front-load fund to a back-load fund or vice versa. One of the most common types of reclassification occurs when a load fund, after a certain number of years, becomes a no-load fund. This happens because the load generally only exists for a certain number of years. The IRS does not consider reclassification to be a taxable event, even if it results in more income or capital gains.
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At times we felt that the Brothers said what they thought we wanted to hear in the hope that it would help with re-classification (e.
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Installation of the Kirst Cartridge Konverter will result in re-classification as a firearm.
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The Commission official also suggested that re-classification of the labels, if a significant proportion of products reach A++ and A+++ standards, would only be downwards.
Small farms with on-site reservoirs could also be affected by re-classification, with thresholds of large reservoirs being reduced from a current capacity of 25,000 cubic metres to 10,000 cubic metres.
The hospital filed its annual application with the Medicare Geographic Classification Review Board but neglected to apply for re-classification of its wage index.
Under the newly introduced Land Use (Classification, re-classification and Redevelopment) Rules 2009, the Lahore Development Authority has also allowed commercialization activity along the full stretch of 17 roads situated in its controlled area besides permitting business ventures on specified segments of 12 thoroughfares in the city.
Smith's & Spencer's (1992) re-classification had made necessary numerous new combinations under Aechmea.