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Year End

Describing anything that occurs toward the end of a fiscal year or calendar year.
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How to use the required year-end notice to update your employees for the coming year
At year-end 2011, for example, 51 percent of the account balances of recently hired participants in their 20s was invested in balanced funds, compared with 44 percent in 2010, about 7 percent in 1998.
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Wowprime Group reported that on top of 2.8 months of year-end bonus, its staffers are also entitled to dividend-sharing bonus.
The company also expects to pay a total annual dividend of JPY5,200 per share for the year ending 31 March 2011, consisting of an interim dividend of JPY2,600 and a year-end dividend of JPY2,600 per share.
Overall medical office vacancy of 4.7% in the second quarter is unchanged from year-end 2005 and 40 basis points higher than the rate in the first quarter.
An accrual method taxpayer currently deducts payroll taxes on year-end accrued vacation and bonus pay in the year before these taxes or the related compensation are paid.
Best, if the merger was taken into account, pro forma MetLife-Travelers consolidated admitted assets, at year-end 2004, would have been $394.78 billion.
AAMG National Lending Center reported year-end production of $5.4 billion, compared with $11.7 billion at year-end 2003--representing a 54 percent decrease.
"Driven by sales of communications solutions for data networking, broadband, wireless, optoelectronics, and the continued demand for the personal computer, the year-end sales numbers released today represent a 37% growth rate for our industry over last year," said George Scalise, SIA president.
Canadian travel agency owner Marchal says Canaima Camp at Venezuela's Angel Falls is guilty of "gouging" with its year-end rates.
This new layer must then be converted back to current year-end prices.