If the change made by a redetermination has retroactive effect, it is a revised determination.
Revised determinations can be reopened and revised. It is important to note that the
1- or 2-year period for reopening a revised determination is measured from the date
of the notice of the initial determination or date of the deemed determination that
it revises, not from the date of the notice of the revised determination.
EXAMPLE – Reopening a Revised Determination
A notice of an initial determination is dated June 7, 2002. The determination is revised
on December 14, 2002. The notice of the revision is also December 14. The revised
determination itself may be revised for good cause at any time until June 7, 2004
since the administrative finality period is measured from the date of the notice of