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Synonyms for earnings report

a financial statement that gives operating results for a specific period

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The change in fair value of a foreign currency forward contract designated as a fair value hedge is recognized currently in earnings in the same line of the income statement as the foreign currency exchange gain or loss on the underlying asset or liability.
In reviewing 1Q18 income statements for the group, we observed differences in how companies present the change in fair value of equities.
As per officials, the tax year stated in return form for amnesty declaration is 2018 (July 2017-June 2018) and there is widespread belief declarants won't be required to file wealth and income statements under the amnesty scheme.
The study presents income statement and balance sheet benchmarks by store type: hardware stores, home centers and LBM outlets.
Income statements in the local currency are of limited use for measuring performance because they make it difficult for the parent company to calculate efficiency and profitability metrics.
A financial summary report called a "statement of cash flows" is used to reconcile the income statement with the balance sheet.
Archambault and Archambault [2005] find that regulated utilities typically reported income statements in the 1915 Moody's Analyses of Investments (Moody's).
You'll start to understand which products are profitable or unprofitable because of the different components of their income statements. (Is the product's bottom line such because of costs, fees, balances, rates?) This is when marketing can start to restructure products and how they are marketed to improve profitability.
Start with the last three year's income statements, Rust says.
The standard requires, for the first time, companies to record in their income statements the effects on their profit of share-based payment transactions, including expenses associated with granting stock options to management and employees.
Many companies put their combined income tax expense on their detailed trial balances and separate company income statements. They disallow this entire amount on the tax return and then deduct only the accrued or paid state income taxes.
A financial accounting standard (known as FAS 150) that would have been detrimental to closely held contracting companies by requiring them to account for mandatorily redeemable shares on their income statements as a liability has been "indefinitely delayed."
Income statements show a comparison of the wealth generated by the organization and the expenses incurred as a result of generating that wealth during a specific time.