ASFR

AcronymDefinition
ASFRAge-Specific Fertility Rate
ASFRalt.sex.fetish.robots
ASFRAutomated Substitute for Return
ASFRAssistant Secretary for Financial Resources (US DHHS)
ASFRAfrican Soft Furred Rat
ASFRAction Sociale Formation Recherche (French: Social Action Research Training)
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3 trillion in net income and employment tax dollars the Service received from corporations and individuals in FY 2008 (gross collections less refunds) represented dollars obtained through enforced collection mechanisms, including the AUR, ASFR, ACE, and ACS.
At age 30-34, where the largest number of births currently occurs, the 1,518 additional births between 2004 and 2005 were all generated by a small increase in the ASFR (from 114.
Similarly at 35-39 years, where the largest increase in both birth numbers (2,648) and ASFR is observed (the ASFR increasing by 5.
At age 20-24, for example, a significant increase in the cohort of potential mothers (an increase of 19,896) contributed all of the additional 713 births observed for that age group, and would have generated another 349 had the ASFR not fallen (from 53.
However, it is disconcerting to note the substantial rise in the ASFR at ages 45-49 seen in the PDHS which somewhat contradicts this claim.
Delinquent returns and ASFRs will be handled in Austin and Fresno, balance-due cases in Andover and Kansas City and OIC in Atlanta and Fresno.