Consistent with this aim, during FASV's Disclosure of Certain Loss Contingencies
Roundtable, held on March 6, 2009, participants--who included regulators, standards setters, preparers, auditors, lawyers, and user groups such as the Investors Technical Advisory Committee, LLC--expressed a need for early identification of loss contingencies
The main purpose in this study was to test further the theory that contingencies
of domain self-esteem have moderating effects on global self-esteem.
We are not seeing financing contingencies
in any real numbers yet," said appraiser Jonathan Miller.
Group performance contingencies
commonly used in classroom settings can generally be classified as independent, interdependent, and dependent (Litow & Pumroy, 1975).
The company should not bundle tax contingencies
with deferred tax liabilities or with a valuation allowance.
A few major companies, however, have eliminated IBNR charges from their contingencies
A superior process to determine tax contingencies
would supplant today's often highly subjective and relatively crude process and replace it with one more objective and analytical.
is trying to get out from under inherited contingencies
and make his own contingencies
, get out from under an old final vocabulary and fashion one which will be all his own.
radiate insecurity, regardless of rank or skills.
When certain of the contingencies
have been eliminated, EACO plans on mailing an Information Statement to all of its shareholders describing the transaction and their rights.
01 Which Amount Represents Sundries and Contingencies
in 5% Respectively: - 33.
Tim Shannon, dean of DAU's Capital and Northeast Region, and Mike Mutty, the Marine Corps acting deputy assistant commandant for installations and logistics (contracting), signed the five-year Memorandum of Agreement, marking a clear shift to mission-focused training that supports Marines in worldwide contingencies
such as Afghanistan and Iraq.