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However, there's no denying that his ideas provide a unique and powerful perspective on the origins of controlling behavior.
BB&T operates the seventh largest depository institution in the market, controlling deposits of $17.
For example, if an individual died holding a controlling interest in a closely held corporation, the value of that interest for estate tax purposes might be subject to a control premium (or be denied a MID), resulting in a higher tax than necessary.
IF FASB PASSES A NEW STANDARD, CPAs STILL FACE the complex task of consolidating an entity into the accounts of the controlling entity in much the same way they do at present.
In considering the computer aspects of the control environment, the auditor should focus on such factors as management's involvement in setting and monitoring computer operations policies, testing programs changes or controlling access to programs and data files.
This approach has the potential to meet a wide range of challenges related to controlling our network.
New home and personal entertainment devices and digital media are proliferating in the market, quickly making controlling devices and interacting with content a major challenge for consumers who want to embrace the new digital lifestyle," said Paul Arling, the company's chairman and chief executive officer.