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When looking, however, at the accounting entry in the Journal on the same date, we detected that the "little slave" was sold for $ 500,000 reis, with 480,000 reis debited from the "Slaves" account and $ 20,000 reis credit recorded as gain in "Profit or Loss." We also point out that the expenses with "our slave" were recorded under "General Expenses," as well as other expenses such as the rental of a boy, money of a cook, rental of house no.
"Underlying revenues and cash flow rose year-on-year, while the net result was affected by a one-off, non-cash accounting entry. Our strong levels of liquidity enable us to continue to fund operations and service our debt obligations on favourable terms," said Stephen Kersley, TAQA's chief financial officer.
Stephen Kersley, chief financial officer, said: "Underlying revenues and cash flow rose year-on-year, while the net result was affected by a one-off, non-cash accounting entry. Our strong levels of liquidity enable us to continue to fund operations and service our debt obligations on favourable terms."
Workers are being advised there will be a one accounting entry to cover reporting hours spent relative to the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs "because of the similarity of the ARC and PLC program implementation."
This study used the Accounting Entry section of a second-year vocational high school Accounting program as the primary subject.
"This accounting treatment is only a non-cash accounting entry and does not affect the economics of the derivative transactions nor the cash flows or liquidity of the company," the company said.
Much more than just an accounting entry, nature provides essential benefits and services--and not just in the resources that we extract and consume, such as minerals, water and air.
When a business event associated with an accounting entry is entered into a transaction table, the associated accounting entry is also entered into a distribution table.
This can be seen best when you understand that accountants, who understand numbers, value the name or trust and give it an accounting entry called "goodwill".
The accounting entry will increase Southwest Corporate's cumulative capital depletion to nearly 73%, leaving just $106 million in member capital accounts.
This Statement provides a set of values that all accountants can use to judge the appropriateness of any action--be it a simple accounting entry or a major strategic decision.
That accounting entry was rejected by the German tax administration.
In fact, once a forecast transaction is not taken to the balance sheet, the general rule of considering all gains and losses of derivatives in the income statement would generate income volatility, because there would not be the offsetting accounting entry of the hedged position.
The government makes an accounting entry and invests the money that very day in a bond that will mature on June 30 of that fiscal year, with an interest rate that equals the average of all marketable bonds that have a maturity of more than four years.
The unclaimed property laws presume that property exists based on the issuance of a check or the making of a particular accounting entry. For example, many states presume that all outstanding checks, void checks, account receivable credit balances, and write-offs of such items constitute unclaimed property.