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statement

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a record of the financial situation of an institution on a particular date by listing its assets and the claims against those assets

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First, the majority of companies are still in the debt repayment mode, and two, those companies that finished repairing their balance sheets are not borrowing money.
The results of the Central Bank's balance sheet assessments of Irish banks are due to be available by the end of this week.
To make the matter worse, when the companies have holes in their balance sheets and are minimizing debt, no amount of monetary stimulus will prompt them to start borrowing money again.
Three financial statements form the basis for tracking the financial status of your practice: the balance sheet, the income statement, and the cash flow statement.
The balance sheet used to be the backwater of financial statement fraud.
The annual statement will not include a separate line item for deferred taxes; rather, the annual statement balance sheet will show a current tax recoverable or current tax liability net of deferred taxes.
It's prepared in a prescribed format, including a balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows and a statement of retained earnings.
Take the 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPod or printed out) to update your knowledge on balance sheets so you can understand the legal and financial impact of key indicators on your clients, as well as hold your own in a conversation on the topic with clients, bank executives and judges.
By recording the decommissioning provision as a contra-asset instead ora liability, companies essentially took the liability (and the corresponding asset) off their balance sheets, thereby improving debt-to-equity and other key ratios.
I appreciate the subcommittee's invitation to discuss some of the factors influencing recent national and regional trends in bank lending as well as changes in the composition of banks' balance sheets.
We are pleased that our new clients are able to retain core deposits on their balance sheets," said John Drahzal, Managing Director.
Deflation is caused when a large number of companies all at the same time decide to shift their priorities from their usual profit maximization to strengthening their balance sheets.
Federal agency balance sheets (see exhibit 1, at right) include nonentity assets, meaning assets that are not available for spending because the recipient is going to transfer them to another federal reporting entity.
Under Statement 96, as soon as the tax rates change, all of corporate America will need immediately to change the deferred tax assets and liabilities that have been recorded on their balance sheets.