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to put it another way

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a phrase introducing a restatement of what someone, usually the speaker, has just said. Father: You're still very young, Tom. To put it another way, you don't have any idea about what you're getting into. John: Could you go back to your own room now, Tom? I have to study. Put another way, get out of here! Tom: Okay, okay. Don't get your bowels in an uproar!
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Based on the evidence and professional advice available to it, the Committee concluded that the Company should restate certain of its historical financial statements with respect to its reporting of certain transactions with Afinsa, and recommended that the Company consider and determine the scope of such restatement.
The net result of the restatement of the Company's interim statements for the quarter ended June 30, 2006 is the recording of a non-cash charge of $78,000 to interest expense resulting in an increase in the net loss of $78,000, an increase in the basic and diluted loss per share of $(0.
These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, our ability to timely complete the restatement of our financial results and our delinquent SEC reports, and the fact that our historical financial results are not finalized and are subject to change.
As a result of the stock option review and resulting restatement, the company's management has concluded the following:
While this restatement is necessary to comply with generally accepted accounting principles, it will also improve Tri-S Security's income statement moving forward by reducing the non-cash interest expense related to the 10% convertible promissory notes," said Ronald Farrell, Chairman and CEO of Tri-S Security.
The Company is working diligently to complete the restatements and expects to file amended disclosure documents in the near future.
These restatement characteristics have received some research attention.
According to the study, restatements grew from 90 in 1997 to I,5777 in 2006, accelerating by 380 percent in 200I, the year before Sarbanes-Oxley was enacted.
8 percent, restatement announcements identified grew about 67 percent over this period.
Despite such difficulty, certain general principles have evolved in numerous cases applying the restatement rule.
The largest financial restatement for each of the last three years was disclosed by a foreign registrant.
Restatements Should Be Eyed Suspiciously," read the headline of an item by Bruce Meyerson, national business writer for The Associated Press, earlier this year.
In its October 2002 Report on Financial Statement Restatement, the GAO said that restatements for improper revenue recognition resulted in larger drops in market capitalization than any other type of restatement.
Specifically, the report explores the number of, reasons for and other trends in financial statement restatements since 1997; analyzes the impact of restatement announcements on the restating companies' stock market capitalization; identifies available data to determine the impact of financial statement restatements on investors' confidence in the existing U.