EAV

(redirected from Equalized Assessed Valuation)
AcronymDefinition
EAVESET NOD32 Antivirus
EAVErste Allgemeine Verunsicherung (German)
EAVEast Atlanta Village
EAVEidgenössische Alkoholverwaltung (German: Federal Alcohol Administration; Switzerland)
EAVEquine Arteritis Virus
EAVEntreprise d'Assainissement et de Voirie (French: Sanitation Company and Highways)
EAVEqualized Assessed Valuation
EAVElectroacupuncture According to Voll
EAVExposure Action Value
EAVEntity Attribute Value
EAVEnd of Active Video (ITU-R Bt.656-4)
EAVElectronic Arts Victor (joint venture; Japan)
EAVEstimated Appraisal Value
EAVEnseignement-Architecture-Ville (French: Architecture-Education City)
EAVExtended Address Volume
EAVEntraineur au Vol (French: In Flight Trainer)
EAVExtended Application Verification
EAVEquivalent Advertising Value
EAVExpired Air Ventilation (SCUBA)
EAVÉditions Autres Voix (French publisher)
EAVÉlectro Acoustique et Vidéo (French: Electro Acoustics and Video)
EAVEquivalent Annual Value
EAVEstimated Annual Volume (manufacturing)
EAVExtension Annual Volume
EAVEnterprise Anti-Virus
EAVEnhanced Audio Video
EAVEffective Arterial Volume (internal medicine)
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If school districts have a greater reliance on industrial or commercial equalized assessed valuation (EAV), those tax burdens arc generally home by nonresidents, thereby reducing the burden on residential homeowners.
Districts that rely on Lug proportions of commercial equalized assessed valuation (EAV) in the tax base are more likely to pay teachers more.
The degree to which a district relies on commercial equalized assessed valuation (EAV) largely determines average salaries and fringe benefits like hospitalization.
School districts export the costs of more desirable teacher salaries to nonresidents through higher reliance on commercial equalized assessed valuation (EAV) components in the tax base, while those that rely on agricultural equalized assessed valuation (EAV) have depressed salaries.