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)
TRAToken Ring Adapter
TRATransaction Architecture
TRATrinity River Authority
TRATotal Risk Assessment
TRATeachers Retirement Association
TRATrade Readjustment Allowance
TRATanzania Revenue Authority
TRAToy Retailers Association (UK)
TRATaiwan Relations Act (US domestic law)
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
TRAThin Rod Approximation
TRATiruvannamalai Ramana Ashram (India)
TRATotal Rate of Return Analytic
TRATrouble Report Automation (Sprint PCS)
TRATransverse Ray Aberration
TRATime Reporting Assistance (Sprint)
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On Monday, August 11, President Clinton exercised his authority under the Line Item Veto Act to cancel one item of direct spending in the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 and two limited tax benefits in the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.
Featuring changes required by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, Tax Planning for Lifetime and Testamentary Dispositions--Prototype Plans by Don W.
Although the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 was put into effect almost a year ago, many homeowners still misunderstand the new law.
The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 offers workers new investment opportunities for wealth accumulation and to save for a comfortable retirement.
The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 applies to REITs for taxable years beginning after August 5, 1997 and has given REITs much needed management flexibility by modifying several of these provisions.
221 was enacted by the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.
The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 created a reduced 18% capital gain tax rate for capital assets acquired after 2000 and held for five years.
Born out of the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, based on legislation written by Sen.
It's important to note that the table pictured does not take into account the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, which allows you to shelter up to $650,000 of your total assets, translating into a Unified Credit of Roughly $211,000.
To address transactions that were perceived as abusing the tax-free status conferred by section 355, Congress added section 355(e) to the Code in The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997.
For detailed help on the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, choose IRS Newsstand.
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