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Choice of Accounting Policies -- Accounting policies chosen and accounting estimates made can have a significant effect on a company's reported financial statements.
Include all the information necessary to prepare your organization's estimate and ensure that "all bases are covered.
Consistent with other IRS guidance and practice, the M&E revenue procedure requires the taxpayer to use the lower limit of the confidence interval rather than the statistically best single estimate.
2003) have shown that the S-Plus estimate of standard error for the linear parameter of a semiparametric model cant be biased, thus invalidating the results of the corresponding significance test.
The extent to which management used a specialist to develop the fair value estimate.
Since the estimate last year, the firm discovered the school's gas pipes need to replaced.
Foundries that rely on air emissions inventories for regulatory permitting and reporting purposes should periodically revisit and critique the methodologies being used to estimate air emissions.
Before deforestation gained widespread attention in the late 1980s, most researchers relied on an estimate by FAO, which concluded in 1981 that tropical deforestation worldwide averaged 11.
Although the Forest Service and Wilderness Society based their inventories on the same definition of ecological old-growth and used similar high-tech geographic information systems for analysis and mapping, their estimates of old-growth differed significantly.
While the requirement to use the best estimate of each of the underlying assumptions is consistent with the approach taken by Statement 87 for pension plans, it will prove to be more difficult to implement because of the variables unique to other postemployment plans, namely the expectations about the future use and costs of health care.
For an ongoing epidemic, this method could be used to estimate the number of secondary cases infected by a primary case-patient, but only for periods from which all secondary cases would have been detected.
1930), the Second Circuit allowed a deduction that, in essence, amounted to a well-reasoned estimate.