Adjustment

Business / Real Estate / Adjustment: Decrease or increase in the sales price of a comparable property to account for a feature that the property has or does not have in comparison with the subject property.

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Adjustment Noun Synonyms: adjusting, altering, alteration, setting, regulating, regulation, setting or putting right or aright or to rights, correcting, correction, calibrating, calibration, tuning
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Trade Adjustment Assistance

Business / Agriculture / Trade Adjustment Assistance: Assistance provided by the Departments of Labor and Commerce to workers and firms that are adversely affected by increased imports. The Labor Department administers a program offering certified worker MORE

Dairy And Tobacco Adjustment Act Of 1983

Business / Agriculture / Dairy And Tobacco Adjustment Act Of 1983: P.L. 98-180 (November 29, 1983) was designated the Dairy and Tobacco Adjustment Act of 1983. Title I authorized a voluntary dairy diversion program, which was operated between January 1984 and March 1 MORE

Risk-Adjustment

Health / Health Insurance / Risk-Adjustment: The statistical adjustment of outcomes measures to account for risk factors that are independent of the quality of care provided and beyond the control of the plan or provider, such as the patient's g MORE

Cost Of Living Adjustment (COLA)

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Cost Of Living Adjustment (COLA): An annual adjustment in wages to offset a change in purchasing power, as measured by the Consumer Price Index. The Consumer Price Index is used rather than the Producer Price Index because the purpose MORE

Adjustment Period

Business / Real Estate / Adjustment Period: In an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM), the adjustment period, is the period of time (i.e., one month, three months, six months, one year, etc.) between changes in one interest rate charged and the next MORE

Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) Of 1933

Business / Agriculture / Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) Of 1933: P.L. 73-10 (May 12, 1933) was the New Deal initiative to assist the farm sector during the Great Depression. This was the first comprehensive effort to raise and stabilize farm prices and income. The MORE

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