TRA

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AcronymDefinition
TRATransition
TRATraining
TRATransfer
TRATracy (Amtrak station code; Tracy, CA)
TRATheory of Reasoned Action
TRATelecommunications Regulatory Authority
TRAThe Real Adventure
TRATax Reform Act (1976, 1984, or 1986)
TRAThreat and Risk Assessment
TRATechnology Readiness Assessment
TRATax Rate Area (California)
TRATaxpayer Relief Act of 1997
TRATennessee Regulatory Authority
TRATumor Rejection Antigen
TRATire and Rim Association
TRAThe Rebel Alliance (gaming clan)
TRATenants and Residents Association (various organizations)
TRATexas Restaurant Association (Austin, TX)
TRATransaction Architecture
TRAToken Ring Adapter
TRATrinity River Authority
TRATotal Risk Assessment
TRATeachers Retirement Association
TRATrade Readjustment Allowance
TRATanzania Revenue Authority
TRATaiwan Relations Act (US domestic law)
TRAToy Retailers Association (UK)
TRATraining Requirements Analysis
TRATheodore Roosevelt Association
TRATaiwan Railway Administration
TRAThe Rotten Apple
TRATest Reactor Area
TRATripoli Rocketry Association
TRATime-Reversal Acoustics
TRATechnical Reference Architecture
TRAToken-Ring Adapter (hardware)
TRATerrorism Risk Assessment
TRATelecommunications Resellers Association
TRATeaching Respect for All (various organizations)
TRAThe Riding Academy (Menifee, CA)
TRATelecommunications Research Associates
TRATotal Return Analysis (finance)
TRATierce Recette Applicative (French: Third Application Acceptance; software testing stage)
TRATelecommunications Reform Act of 1996
TRATraining Readiness Authority (US DoD)
TRATexas Rehabilitation Association (Sugar Land, TX)
TRAThomson Research Associates (Canada)
TRATransceiver Assembly (wireless)
TRATemporary Reserved Airspace
TRATratamiento de Reproducción Asistida (Spanish: Assisted Reproductive Treatment)
TRATeam Roping Association
TRATop Riser Assembly (energy production)
TRATraffic Routing Administration
TRAThe Reciprocal Alliance
TRATechnical Requirement Analysis
TRATask Risk Assessment
TRATemporary Restricted Area
TRATechnology Related Anger
TRATotal Renin Activity
TRAThrottle Resolver Angle
TRATrachoma Rapid Assessment
TRATorhoutse Radio Amateurs (Oostkamp, Belgium)
TRAThrust Reduction Altitude (aviation)
TRATowers Residence Association (Iowa State University dorm association)
TRATactical Response Academy (Salem, OR)
TRATapered Rod Antenna
TRATiruvannamalai Ramana Ashram (India)
TRATotal Rate of Return Analytic
TRAThin Rod Approximation
TRATrouble Report Automation (Sprint PCS)
TRATransverse Ray Aberration
TRATime Reporting Assistance (Sprint)
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Senator Steve Daines cosponsored the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act to permanently reduce the excise tax on Montanas small craft breweries.
Motorcar Parts has evaluated its net income tax expense as a result of the December 2017 Tax Reform Act which reduces its federal corporate income tax rate to 21 percent from 35 percent, among other factors.
Results for both the fourth quarter and full year of 2017 reflect the one-time unfavorable impact of $172.5 million related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Tax Reform Act") which was enacted in December 2017.
Results for both the fourth quarter and full year of 2017 reflect the one-time unfavorable impact of USD 172.5 million related to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (the "Tax Reform Act") which was enacted in December 2017.
Developers of affordable housing in New York State will have a new tool to assist them when the Affordable Housing Property Tax Reform Act goes into effect on January 1, 2006.
While certainly not impossible (consider, for example, the Tax Reform Act of 1986), it seems risky if not foolhardy to embark on a tax reform crusade in an election year.
* The Tax Reform Act of 1968 changes the focus of the income tax from economic incentives to social objectives.
The Tax Reform Act of 1986 (TRA '86) added to the Code subpart J (foreign currency transactions) and Sec.
history: The 1981 Economic Recovery Tax Act that dramatically cut income tax rates for individuals and businesses, and the Tax Reform Act of 1986 that further cut individual income tax rates to their lowest levels in modern memory.
The historic Tax Reform Act of 1986, though it achieved the supply side goal of lowering individual income tax rates, was a startlingly progressive reform.
The tax code was last overhauled in the 1986 Tax Reform Act. This act was the culmination of an eight-year shift in tax policy, beginning with the Steigers Amendment in 1978, which lowered capital gains tax rates, and continuing through the 1981 Economic Recovery and Tax Act, which accelerated the movement toward lower tax rates.
2 The Tax Reform Act of 1986 placed deduction restrictions on IRAs.