Transmittal letter

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Transmittal letter

A letter describing the contents and purpose of a transaction delivered with a security that is changing ownership.

Transmittal Letter

A letter describing a transaction of a security. That is, a transmittal letter states the nature of a trade and the number of shares contained therein. A transmittal letter is sent with security certificates when they change ownership.
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The transmittal letters containing the names of the appointees were received last July 22 by the office of Chief Justice Lucas P.
Students are directly responsible for processing and balancing financial documents such as transmittal letters, utilizing an extensive Excel financial spreadsheet to solve complex problems in accordance with comptroller financial guidance.
In transmittal letters dated February 12 but only released on Friday, Malacanang appointed two prosecutors to the DOJ's prosecution staff, three provincial prosecutors, and 11 city prosecutors.
Every explosives sited facility on base was in the process of being re-sited and the majority of the documents were on that computer to include transmittal letters, maps, nomographs and glass breakage assessments.
Members also can access the revised chapters and related HUD transmittal letters that further describe the issuance of Chapters 3 and 4 by visiting www.hud.gov/offices/oig/ reports/auditguide/.
Policy transmittal letters from brokers to their clients often contain "boilerplate" language, the purpose of which is quite evident: Reduce E&O claims!
The Declaration of Independence, the Emancipation Proclamation, and the public laws are in Record Group 11, General Records of the United States; the Electoral College transmittal letters are in Record Group 46, Records of the United States Senate: Thomas Jefferson's letter is in Record 59, General Records of the Department of State; Robert E.
Transmittal letters should clearly indicate the capacity in which the identified financial statements were prepared when an individual is a CPA.
Students can also refer to this book if they are asked to submit transmittal letters with their projects.
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The IRS recommends the employer keep copies of the form, transmittal letters and any other documentation related to the tax credit for three years after claiming the Credit on a tax return.
The Florida rule could be seen as a clever attempt to advertise the licensed accountants (CPAs) in non-licensed transmittal letters that are paid for by the non-licensed accountant and business customer.