Definitions for "adjustment"
An Exception Item initiated in accordance with these Rules by an Acquirer Member or Acquirer Processor to correct an error in the processing of a STAR Transaction.
A correction (often in the form of a credit) made to a customer's account when billing errors have been properly documented.
Official action meant to correct a payment imbalance or the official currency rate. This is done through internal economic policies changes.
Keywords:  grafting, phenyl, plasmid
Grafting Phenyl
Grafting Plasmid
Settlement of claims; an equitable arrangement of conflicting claims, as in set-off, contribution, exoneration, subrogation, and marshaling.
1. Settlement of a disputed account; 2. A change or concession in price or terms; 3. Determining the amount one is to receive in settlement of a claim; 4. In accounting, an entry made to correct or compensate for an error or difference in an account.
Refers to all of the steps involved in an adjuster's work of settling a claim against the insurer, i.e., investigation, determining amount of loss, reaching final settlement agreement, etc.
Is the percentage of debt to be repaid to credit grantors in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
The percentage of a debt that is to be repaid to the creditor in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Percentage of the debt that is to be repaid to the credit grantors in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
a must, and you should take that into account when considering arm matching
entries made at the end of an accounting period to record previously unrecognized changes in assets, liabilities, revenue, and expenses.
Any change made to the balance of an account. This action is performed as a result of routine account maintenance monitoring or by request of other units that administer special programs.
Keywords:  lane, decdts, doomed, ren, presumptive
Adapting to different lane conditions. Can be anything from moving the starting position on the approach, to changing equipment, target or a hand position.
is a legal action to change the amount of the order, which can be up or down based upon application of the state's presumptive guideline; or to add medical support to meet the child(ren)'s health care needs.
a minor change from the approved TIP
Heterogeneity Quadrivalent
An action to make something fit a predetermined requirement or condition. An adjustment may apply to physical part s or to data such as a cost estimate. [D02362] RMW
a measure or action taken to assist a student with a disability to participate in education and training on the same basis as other students
a specific physical action designed to reinforce the biomechanics of the verterbral column and indirectly influence neurologic function
Keywords:  potassium, guanine, genetics
Guanine Potassium
Genetics Potassium
A summarizing procedure for a statistical measure in which the effects of differences in composition of the populations being compared have been minimized by statistical methods. ( Harm)
The amount added to or subtracted from the sales price of comparable properties to obtain an adjusted sales price that more accurately reflects the subject property's value.
The process of adding, subtracting, or otherwise modifying MTF incurred expenses into an array or format that reflects the Medical Expense and Performance Reporting System recognized expenses and statistics, as prescribed by DoD 6010.13-M (reference (a)).
Keywords:  polymerase
A set of medium- to long-term policies designed to modify the structure of a country's economy to overcome chronic economic problems through increased reliance on market mechanisms. Policies of adjustment ordinarily include elimination of subsidies, privatization of publicly owned firms, tariff reduction, and generally reduced state involvement in the economy.
Keywords:  disband, build
a build or disband
The act of adjusting, or condition of being adjusted; act of bringing into proper relations; regulation.
The operation of bringing all the parts of an instrument, as a microscope or telescope, into their proper relative position for use; the condition of being thus adjusted; as, to get a good adjustment; to be in or out of adjustment.
operation of bringing a measuring instrument into a state of performance suitable for its use.
The specific application of forces used to facilitate the body'scorrection of nerve interference.
An intervention with the intent of facilitating the body's ability to “right” itself and function more normally
When comparable properties have been identified, the appraiser adjusts the value of the subject property according to differences in living area, acreage, frontage, amenities and the like. This is where the professional expertise of an appraiser is most valuable.
Keywords:  oversight, major
a major oversight
Keywords:  hospital, doctor, agreed, bill, portion
The portion of your bill that your doctor or hospital has agreed not to charge you.
The portion of the bill that the doctor or hospital has agreed not to charge you.
a modification made upon a dental prosthesis after it has been completed and inserted into the mouth.
Credit applied where there is loss of service, replacement or other reasons that call for such modification of compensation.
Keywords:  hammer, probe
Hammer Probe
Keywords:  plaque
The apportion between buyer and vendor of expenses like council and water rates.
making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances; "an allowance for profit"
Keywords:  fatigue, promoter
Fatigue Promoter
Keywords:  bump, see
(see BUMP)
the act of making something different (as e.g. the size of a garment)
the act of adjusting something to match a standard
the process of adapting to something (such as environmental conditions)
An allowance given to a customer to be used toward the replacement of a tire because of warranty issues.
Keywords:  inventory, value
inventory value
Keywords:  bad, loss, deduction, premium, variable
A deduction made to charge off a loss, as with a bad debt.
The calculation of a variable premium / The calculation of a loss.
Keywords:  reversals, see
is learning to live together successfully as a family. Adjustment can take a long time and be difficult.
Keywords:  variation, paid, purchase, price
a variation from purchase price paid