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assess at

To estimate the value of something at a particular price. A noun can be used between "assess" and "at." What price has the house been assessed at? I'm thrilled that the expert assessed my family heirloom at such a high price.

assess something at something

to estimate or value something at some figure. They assess the value of our house at half what it would sell for. The house was assessed at far more than its true worth.
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To solve this problem CPAs can leverage section 404 and other documentation already created to assess the organization's internal control activities.
6) Assess the impact of communicating or not communicating individual test results, study progress, and/or study results on participants' willingness to continue with the protocol and/or participate in research again.
The question concerning the design and deployment of projects and programs to assess digital library services contains many discussion and decision points, ranging from the relentlessly practical to the purely theoretical.
An IRS agent will often request that the representative sign Form 872, Consent to Extend the Time to Assess Tax, on the taxpayer's behalf, which will extend the SOL either for an indefinite or specific period of time.
Perhaps before we can assess ORS in any meaningful, sustainable, and generally useful way, we need to philosophize and "meta-assess" about the possibilities for library reference services in online environments.
My research question is: What happens when kindergarteners are invited to assess their own learning?
The Ninth Circuit flatly rejected the IRS's claim that IRC section 446 empowered it to assess the estimated employer FICA tax.
That is, knowledge about one component of the risk model must be weighed in order to properly assess the risks associated with another (this relationship is known as being "conditionally dependent").
The controversy over the IRS'S ability to assess employer FICA tax on employee tips continues.
This article describes how English language learners can be included in large-scale standardized assessments, and provides alternative ways to assess them and implications and recommendations for teachers.
The only issue for the appeals court was whether the IRS could use the aggregate method to assess the employer's share of FICA taxes.
All three types have a common element: They permit the Service to assess an income tax deficiency (or abate an overassessment in the case of a refund) without issuing a statutory notice of deficiency.
Today, financial information is inextricably woven together with other information needed to operate, manage and assess an organization's activities.
Also, some time after December Year 4,T filed Form 872, Consent to Extend the Time to Assess Tax, and agreed to extend the limitations period for Year 1 to December 31 of Year 8.