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Year End

Describing anything that occurs toward the end of a fiscal year or calendar year.
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The Canadian Payroll Association's half-day Legislative Updates: Year-end and New Year seminar focuses on what is changing legislatively for year-end and what to anticipate for the New Year, without reviewing the year-end process.
Accrual method taxpayers may be allowed to deduct employment taxes on vacation/bonus pay accrued at year-end but not paid until the subsequent year.
1 ranking in admitted assets once the acquisition of Travelers is completed for year-end 2005, Steinberg said.
The determination of whether an employee has shares in his account as of year-end raises additional questions for new participants or those who first have the right to allocate shares.
Overall financial results for year-end 2006 were less than desired, but we believe that the Company is positioned to benefit from potential future contributions by the new Lodi branch office and Charter Services Group," said Chairman Brooks.
In Peru, as announced on January 20, 2015, Gran Tierra Energy expects the Bretana Sur well results will remove all Possible reserves associated with the southern L4 lobe of the Bretana field booked at year-end 2014.
A year-end change will be automatically approved by the Service if the corporation is entering an affiliated group that files a consolidated return and is changing to conform to the group's year-end.
Companies that engage in cycle counting commonly estimate inventory shrinkage from the time of the last physical inventory count to year-end (stub period) for both financial and tax accounting purposes.
02) for the year-end 1992, on the basis of 33,824,788 outstanding shares at year-end 1993 and 30,000,544 outstanding shares at year-end 1992.
At year-end 2005, under prior accounting rules, these same companies recognized $56 billion of additional balance sheet liability for pension plans and nothing for postretirement medical and life insurance plans.
Both companies estimated shrinkage using similar methodologies, generally multiplying a shrinkage rate based on experience by the amount of sales for the period between the physical inventory and year-end.
reported a strong growth in assets for 1993 of US$6,483,127 up from US$5,455,502 at year-end 1992.