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Cost records

The records maintained by an investor of the prices at which securities transactions are made, so that capital gains can be computed.

Cost Records

An investor's personal records of the prices at which he/she bought and sold securities. The investor keeps cost records in order to calculate capital gains.
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Last year, the western wildfire season -- which ravaged large parts of California -- cost $18 billion, "tripling the previous US annual wildfire cost record," said the report.
Egyptian coach Hossam Al-Badri claimed on Egyptian radio that Lamptey cost record six-time champions Ahly the chance of a $1.
Table 1 Packet Sniffing TAPI/WAV Technology Technology NBX License Requires one 3Com Requires two WAV licenses Cost record and monitor (approximate dealer cost license of $74) for each call (approximate cost recorded and three WAV $376) to record and licenses for each call monitor an monitored; cost increases unlimited number of for every call recorded.
We assume the "county price" is determined by a cost record system, which would include salaries of involved employees plus overhead and cost of living increases during the five-year period.
The fallout from the Farepak fiasco cost Record readers millions of pounds.
Further, the SECP has also sought feedback from various industry stakeholders to bring uniformity to the cost record and cost audit report.
Each item is provided its own cost record and transaction history.
This press release contains forward-looking statements regarding features and performance of future products and the benefits and future applications for ISD's new low cost record and playback chips.
Tenders are invited for Preparation of Cost Records for FY.
Vegetable Ghee and Cooking Oil Companies (Cost Accounting Records) Order required that the companies in this sector maintain cost records.
This easy-to-navigate interactive database lets you explore key academic, enrollment and cost records on all of Texas' institutions of higher learning.