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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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Professor Blakemore says that on the re-classification he has carried out, alcohol is the fifth most harmful drug.
After the re-classification of cannabis, it is just yet another nail in the coffin.
I think the most important thing is to reduce the consumption of drugs and therefore I have made it quite clear that I will not re-consider the re-classification of Ecstasy,' he said.
Messages are filtered and stored for future re-classification and only the messages deemed to be non-spam are delivered to the user.
check your atlas) and are in their second year of the NCAA's required four-year re-classification period to move from Division II to Division I.
The DHHS re-classification of every case of obesity as a stand-alone disease would seem to release responsibility from people who become obese through unhealthy eating habits and inadequate exercise.
I HAVE been thinking long and hard about this cannabis re-classification thingy.
Chf Supt Roberts also reminded people that despite the impending re-classification of cannabis - from a Class B drug to Class C - possession will remain a crime, with offenders facing up to two years in prison.
In speaking about re-classification, there is one matter which remains to be mentioned.
But its recognition internationally would require modification and re-classification of the existing range of codes.
4) In addition, in 1978 Congress added Section 530 to the IRC, which protects against retroactive assessment of employment taxes resulting from the re-classification of an independent contractor to an employee.
In addition, the IRS has demonstrated a clear preference for interpreting the intent of the current common law to be re-classification of independent contractors as employees.