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Timeliness

A source of competitive advantage that depends on being the first to enter a given market with a product or service.

Timeliness

A system for rating stocks according to earnings and price performance. A stock being rated for timeliness is assigned a letter between A and E, with A indicating the highest earnings and price performance. A stock with a high timeliness rating usually has a higher return in the short term, but also tends to be more volatile than a stock with a lower rating.
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Ensure a timely analytical review of the account balances of all low-risk accounts to ensure they provide adequate evidence upon which to base a conclusion that the accounts contain a significant or material misstatement.
It's essential that financial executives across the organization recognize that when implemented with care, continuous auditing is about improving the quality and timeliness of communication between auditor and management, providing management more timely input on the state of controls and risks and keeping the auditor better informed.
5%) lead the list of demands of tenants in federally assisted housing, followed by timely and effective communication from their property manager or management firm (45.
14, 2003--was timely (within the above stated period of three years and six months from the payment date) to recover his overpayments for both tax years 1999 and 2000.
Having a plan and adhering to it makes both your staff and residents/responsible parties aware that the facility expects to be paid on a timely basis.
tax liability, although the corporation did not timely file its return.
If the tenant fails to timely respond to the offer of renewal, the tenant may be subject to eviction pursuant [SECTION] 2524.
As long as the trust's FMV is zero as of the date of the gift(s) to the trust each year, one could wait (almost indefinitely) to make the allocation, because a timely allocation (even after the insured's death) should still result in a fully exempt trust.
However, in this instance, Clark had filed a timely petition to have the interest abated.
The owner had brought a nuisance proceeding predicated upon the tenant's repeated failure to timely pay rent.
As a result, the Company was not able to timely file its First Quarter 10-Q by the end of the five-day extension period.