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/shut the door on
To refuse to allow for the possibility of: The secretary of state closed the door on future negotiations.
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Incorporating reconciliations, a root cause for many material weaknesses and restatements, into the broader close structure; and
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The period for which a short seller holds the property used to close the short sale generally determines whether the capital gain or loss recognized on a short sale against the box is long-term or short-term (Regs.
The unexpected compliment suggests that Close recognizes a characteristic he shares with these American folk artists: their portraits show believable people painted without frills, who look back at us with refreshing if awkward honesty.
Assuming the limitation increase rule is omitted from the final regulations, if a transaction would result in an ownership change during a tax year and the loss corporation is expecting larger losses subsequent to the change date, consideration should be given to structuring the transaction to cause the loss corporation's tax year to close.
Hyperion (Nasdaq Global Select:HYSL), the global leader in Business Performance Management software, and Movaris, the innovative software company that automates and unifies account reconciliations, SOX compliance, financial close and financial reporting processes, today announced a strategic partnership to market integrated solutions that address the critical issues associated with the 'last mile' of finance.
The LAPD has tried in the past to close the jail - including in 1994 under former chief Willie L.
amp; CHICAGO -- Movaris OneClose and Parson's New Integrated Close Service Offering (ICSO) Creates Industry-First Solution to Address Key Financial Close Challenges
Even the tightness of the presidential race may not mean that Californians' votes will matter - the networks' news divisions are expecting to be able to declare a winner before polls close on the West Coast.
In doing so, the broker, according to Jacobson, falsely stated that the Bogens were willing to close a month later in December and the Bogens were able to do so, since they already signed a contract to sell their own home.
But despite this, European companies are still closing their books almost twice as slowly as US corporations and these latest developments prove that the need to close faster is once again re-emerging as key business initiative which is getting the full attention of corporate accounting staff world-wide.
If the loan does not close, is the broker entitled to its commission?
In June, Cerberus Capital Management LP, new owners of 645 Albertsons, Grocery Warehouse and Super Saver stores under the Albertsons LLC umbrella revealed plans to close 125 supermarkets, affecting 26 CBSAs across the country.
It took a simple "click-to-sign" process for several Indiana consumers to close their mortgage loans on June 6 and 7, as Stewart Title teamed up with First Republic Mortgage Corp.
Because they couldn't finish inspecting it, they made us close (the gym),'' Hymes said.