CTRSCenters (street suffix)
CTRSConditional and Typed Rewriting Systems (workshop)
CTRSCouncil Tax Reduction Scheme (UK)
CTRSCertified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist
CTRSCertified Tax Resolution Specialist (accounting)
CTRSConventional Terrestrial Reference System
CTRSCarpal Tunnel Release Surgery
CTRSComponent Test Requirements Specifications (NASA)
CTRSCenter for Technology Risk Studies (University of Maryland)
CTRSCipher Text Request to Send
CTRSCentral Trouble Reporting System
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He said: "The CTRS has been protecting low income households in Wales for five years but I am concerned that not enough people are being made aware of the scheme.
Advisors should be required to file CTRs and comply with the recordkeeping requirements of the BSA so as to "also deter illicit actors from using them as conduits," FinCEN says.
EA & CTRS, making it less complicated for Tacoma-area residents to find Bill Morlong's tax resolution services when they're in need of a tax advocate.
Some 21,887 homes in Kirklees have benefited from the CTRS this year, including 8,246 single-person households.
Track CTRs, user activity and figure out the next steps.
To aid law enforcement efforts against financial crimes, under the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) depository institutions must file the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network's (FinCEN) currency transaction report (CTR) form on their customers' cash transactions of more than $10,000.
Baity spoke to that question but only with regard to CTRs. He said "In FY 2006, approximately 43 percent of the CTRs viewed by Gateway users were identified as 'of interest' to users at the time they were viewed.
The bank itself never filed the required CTRs or SARs.
Janet Listokin, CTRS, is assistant director of recreation at the Isabella Geriatric Center, New York, New York.
We hope that additional studies will refine comparisons between respondents who complete the Correctional Treatment Resistance Scale (CTRS; Shearer, 1999).