TTW

(redirected from Ticket to Work)
AcronymDefinition
TTWTime to Work
TTWTransition to Work (various organizations)
TTWThrough the Wall
TTWTank to Wheels
TTWTest the Waters (North Pole, AK)
TTWThrill the World (worldwide simultaneous dance)
TTWTarget to Win
TTWTicket to Work
TTWTales of Two Wastelands (gaming)
TTWThe Tuning Works (UK)
TTWTime Traveler's Wife (novel by Audrey Niffenegger)
TTWThrough The Web
TTWTorment the Weak (World of Warcraft)
TTWTell the World
TTWTerritorial Waters
TTWTerry Tempest Williams (author)
TTWThicker than Water (band)
TTWTravel to Work
TTWThe Teacher Will (lesson plans)
TTWTennessee-Tombigbee Waterway
TTWtilting three wheeler
TTWTouch the World (Christian youth ministry)
TTWTactical Training Wing
TTWTime To Wait
TTWTank-To-Wheels
TTWTactical Trench Wars (gaming)
TTWTransition to War (NATO)
TTWThrough the Wave (soldering in electronics manufacuring)
TTWTime Turning Weatherby (Harry Potter boards at IMDb)
TTWTech Twice Weekly (podcast)
TTWTrim- en Trainingsgroep Weesp
TTWTeachers Travel Web
TTWTropical Tower Wars (gaming, World of Warcraft)
TTWThrough These Words (band)
TTWTag the World (Studio City, CA)
TTWTranstracheal Washes or Washing
TTWThe Tolkien Wiki
TTWTotal Time Waster
TTWTime of Tension of War
TTWTable-Top Wargaming
TTWTransition Town Worthing (energy solution organization; UK; est. 2009)
TTWThree Toed Woodpecker
TTWTornado Technical Warning
TTWTeenage Trampoline Wrestling
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The Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation is seeking interest from qualified vendors to provide software to create and track reimbursement forms for submission to the Social Security Administration, (SSA) as part of the Ticket to Work program.
The Ticket to Work program is a risk-free, win-win option.
The Ticket to Work and Workforce Incentives Initiatives Act or TWWIIA is designed to remove barriers that have long required people with disabilities to choose between the benefits and health insurance they now have and the possibility of having an income and the satisfaction of earning it themselves.
Part II of this interview will include the Ticket to Work program, handling debts before leaving disability, current developments around returning to work, and an expanded Resources list.
The Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999 provides an opportunity for certain individuals to revoke their Form 4361, Application for Exemption From Self-Employment Tax for Use by Ministers, Members of Religious Orders and Christian Science Practitioners.
Under the President's New Freedom Initiative, many other steps have also been taken, including $120 million in Systems Change Grants to support State efforts to institute community-based approaches; the Ticket to Work Program, which provides for continued health insurance coverage for persons with disabilities; and the National Caregiver Support Programs aimed at helping families care for a loved one at home or in the community.
Signed into law on December 17, 1999 by President Clinton, the Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act (TWWIIA) addresses a very important question, "what will it take to increase the return-to-work rate for Social Security beneficiaries and recipients?
From 2000-2002, she was a member of the Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act Advisory Panel, which made recommendations to the president, Congress and the Social Security Commission on ways to empower individuals with disabilities to enter the workforce.
A new program, the Ticket to Work or Self-Sufficiency Program, is gradually being implemented state by state.
732(f) was enacted by Section 538 of the Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999 (1999 Act).
Section 536(a) of the Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act of 1999, which enacted IRC section 453(a)(2), repealed use of the method for sales and other dispositions entered into after December 16, 1999.