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Revenue recognized at delivery or date of sale occurs when the realization principle is met, meaning the goods or services have been delivered or provided to the customer and either cash is received or an account receivable with reasonable assurance of collectability is recorded.
Essential background is familiarity with the "doubtful collectability exception" to the usual rules of interest accrual.
She has underscored some of Standard and Poor's arguments for improving Sofia's credit rating a such as the strict fiscal discipline, its ambitious capital investment program funded with increased collectability of revenues, and the co-funding of EU funded projects.
It is one of five Beatles albums in the top 10 of releases which are prized primarily for the collectability of their sleeves.
Leeds-born Grimshaw painted it in 1892 and it has hung on the wall of the owners' home, gaining hugely in value as his collectability increased.
Basics the signs are good for future collectability.
This item focuses on offers when there is doubt as to collectability.
The fact there are so many of these gold coins around means that they tend to trade at prices close to their intrinsic gold value, which is what attracts bullion investors - they don't want to have to pay a premium for a gold coin's rarity or collectability.
The classic licence will broaden the collectability and enhance the position of the brand.
Haribo Dunhills (Pontefract) is refreshing the appeal of Pez[R] and emphasising its collectability with the launch of the Bratz gang--Cloe, Sasha, Jade and Yasmin--to independent retailers this autumn.
They do have some collectability value, because it is the wedding that never was
The picture will be sold by Newcastle auctioneers Anderson & Garland whose spokesman John Anderson said: "Early railway photographs are relatively rare and this one is of special interest and collectability.