Accounting Event

Accounting Event

Anything that alters a company's financial statement. Accounting events may be external; for example, a sale is an accounting event because it reduces inventory and increases revenue. Likewise, they may be internal; for example, depreciation and amortization are accounting events because they show up on a balance sheet even though no cash changes hands.
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This is 2CP's sixth year as a sponsor of this amazing cloud accounting event.
He also placed third in the accounting event to qualify for the National DECA competition to be held in Salt Lake City in late April and early May.
Upgrading the capital charge from an accounting event to a cash event is consistent with this, i.
Since only accounting events are recognized in financial statements, recognition of a quasi reorganization is suspect if its status as an accounting event is suspect.
This is 2CP's fifth year as a sponsor of this tremendous cloud accounting event.
Entity participation may strengthen the case for an accounting event calling for a new basis; should a similar transaction outside the entity have the same weight?
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This non-GAAP information excludes the operational impact of the EIS asset purchase because the purchase occurred in December 2007 and thus its impact was immaterial to 2007 results and excludes the purchase price allocation accounting impact of the EIS asset purchase because management believes its significant impact makes it difficult for the reader of the financial statements to compare how the underlying business of Image Sensing Systems performed in fiscal year 2007 and the fourth quarter of 2007 compared to similar periods in 2006 when there was no purchase accounting event.
In simplified terms, the change represents a non-cash accounting event, which does not have impact on the fundamentals of our business, such as MRR, account values, and subscriber base as well as cash flows and cash position.
Dinges added, "Bottom line is that this is a non-cash accounting event and does not change our positive outlook for Cabot.
These results are due to an extraordinary accounting event resulting in the elimination of the company's debt in the amount of $2,498,449.