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- Government of Canada. // Bank of Canada Review;Summer94, pS73
Presents the financial statement of the Government of Canada from 1972 to 1994. Fiscal position of the Government of Canada on the national and public account basis; Direct marketable bonds on issues and retirements; Details of unmatured outstanding issues on direct marketable bonds;...
- Better business reporting. // CA Magazine;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 130 Issue 1, p10
Focuses on a symposium which discussed how financial reporting might better portray the array of information necessary to meet user's needs. Organizations that participated in the symposium; Elements of business reporting; Need for continuous improvement in the reporting framework; Usefulness...
- It it isn't read, it isn't right. Kilpatrick, Ivan // CA Magazine;Mar1998, Vol. 131 Issue 2, p33
Opinion. Provides information regarding financial statements. Advice offered on how to read financial statements; Why do we have cash flow statements. INSETS: Current statement of changes in financial position;The Kilpatrick model: Statement of changes in financial position.
- Survey of finance companies, 1996. August, James D.; Grupe, Michael R. // Federal Reserve Bulletin;Jul97, Vol. 83 Issue 7, p543
Summarizes the results of the Federal Reserve System's survey which covers balance sheet information as of June 30, 1996 in United States. Receivables reported by finance companies; Business receivables; Receivables; Sources of financing at finance companies; Developments since the June 1996...
- What type of financial statement does your company need? Siner, Micki // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/29/94, Vol. 15 Issue 22, Banking & Financial... p9B
Discusses matters pertinent to corporate financial statements. Factors which help to determine which type is appropriate; Compilation reports; Review reports; Audit reports.
- Analyzing a financial statement. Evans, Frank C. // Management Review;Nov93, Vol. 82 Issue 11, p52
Analyzes a sample corporation's financial statement. Balance sheet; Statement of retained earnings; Income statement; Statement of cash flows; Coordination of information from all statements; Role of financial ratios in statement analysis.
- Quality review for quality work. Shapiro, Leslie S. // National Public Accountant;Nov96, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p7
Focuses on the need for an independent review of financial statements to determine their quality. Peer review program of the National Society of Accountants; Two basic forms of peer review.
- Assembly of financial statements for internal use only. Ruble, Michael R. // National Public Accountant;Nov96, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p26
Focuses on the preparation of internal-use-only financial statements in the United States. Nature and intended use of financial statements; Written understanding with the client; Procedures if statements are distributed to third parties.
- Reporting comprehensive income. Wilson, Arlette C.; Waters, Gary // National Public Accountant;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p43
Illustrates the reporting of comprehensive income and evaluates its impact on prepares and users of the financial statements. Financial Accounting Standards Board's definition of comprehensive income; Division of comprehensive income into categories of net income and other comprehensive income;...