Under the accrual basis of accounting (as opposed to the cash basis of accounting), revenues are recognized as soon as a product has been sold or a service has been performed, regardless of when the money is actually received. Under this basic accounting principle, a company could earn and report $20,000 of revenue in its first month of operation but receive $0 in actual cash in that month.
For example, if ABC Consulting completes its service at an agreed price of $1,000, ABC should recognize $1,000 of revenue as soon as its work is done—it does not matter whether the client pays the $1,000 immediately or in 30 days. Do not confuse revenue with a cash receipt.
absolutely related.. the sourceCBPP is used to discredit another source. Yet in your world it is not related? Read deeper into both set of numbers, both make assumptions that cannot be proved or disproved with the data sets sited--- therefore each "source" just represents a preconceived point of view.
so you refuse to even think about the situation because it brings your deeply embedded biases into question...... you really are about a quater inch deep and a mile wide. Easier to just call cop (by and large) stupid and incapable of thinking than to actually think yourself or even better, get personally involved and try an correct what you perceive as the deficiencies. Do you like the nanny state because deeply rooted you are afraid that you could never take care of yourself without being artificially propped up?
not most but some of the grief from some hilljack is because he is black..... for the rest of us that think his policies are bad and more important how the policies are enacted, is the true problem. (imo)What if after the meeting with law enforcement the President wants to have the Chief's of police they say to him -- "forget you, I have a pen and a phone and I will do what I want because you are working contrary to my ambition and goals", how would that play out in the light of the cooperative spirit?
from newsdotmic site:
"To his credit, the police officer notes that he was simply responding to a call made by someone else in the neighborhood, and both the officer and McKean conclude the tense encounter on a conciliatory, relatively positive note.
"I just want to make sure I get this on camera," McKean says. "Me too!" says the officer, pointing to his camera.
"This is for my safety and yours," says McKean. "I'm being very respectable, you're being very respectable ... I'm just really mad at the situation of whoever called."
funny Pilo, you don't want to show the end result.. just the narrative that fits an agenda.
so let us dig deeper --- Pontiac has 247 crimes per square mile verse a national average of 36 crimes per square mile. The cop said, “You were walking by … you were making people nervous" so the key is was the cop making this up or did someone inform the cop? The agruement is not what happened at that moment but if the cop was alerted by some other citizen to the actions of McKean...... if so informed by an outside source, the issue is moot, if not you have a quesionable situation. Pilo, if you can find the answer to that then you are rational, and not reactionary.
you really sited CBPP as a source or did you steal this "article" from someone else without crediting them?
BoD for CBPP as per wiki:
Board of Directors
Name Other Affiliations
Henry J. Aaron Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution
Kenneth S. Apfel former Commissioner of the Social Security Administration; Professor of the Practice, School of Public Policy, University of Maryland
Jano Cabrera former Communication Director, Democratic Party; Managing Director, Burson-Marsteller
Henry A. Coleman Rutgers University, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy
James O. Gibson Senior Fellow, Center for the Study of Social Policy
Antonia Hernández President, California Community Foundation
Wayne Jordan CEO, Jordan Real Estate Investments, LLC
Frank Mankiewicz former Press Secretary to Robert F. Kennedy; former President of NPR; Vice Chairman, Hill & Knowlton
Lynn McNair Senior Director of Business Development and Resource Mobilization, Internet Society
Marion Pines Senior Fellow, Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies
Robert D. Reischauer former Director of the Congressional Budget Office; President Emeritus, Urban Institute
Paul R. Rudd Adaptive Analytics, LLC
Susan Sechler Managing Director, TransFarm Africa
Melanne Verveer Executive Director of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security
Kim Wallace Managing Director, Head of Washington Policy, Renaissance Macro Research
William Julius Wilson Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor and Director of the Joblessness and Urban Poverty Research Program, Harvard University
jsm -- you need to take a basic refesher course in acct. If what you are infering were to be true -- the SEC is the least of their problems.
SOLAR AMBITIONS. PHTOGRAPHER: KOICHI KAMOSHIDA/BLOOMBERG
Germany's Green Energy Is an Expensive Success
31 SEPT 22, 2014 12:53 PM EDT
By Leonid Bershidsky
It's easy to declare Germany's ambitious policy of moving to clean energy from fossil fuels, while at the same time abandoning nuclear power, a failure. After all, the country burns more coal than five years ago, has some of the highest household electricity bills in the developed world and will miss its 2020 greenhouse gas emission targets.
To me, though, the policy's results show how a determined government can eventually shake up complacent oligopolies and point their thinking in a different direction.
The German government's subsidies to wind, solar and other renewable energy producers have grown to 20 billion euros per year (almost $26 billion at the current exchange rate) since 1991, when Germany first started the financial support. With that massive amount of aid, Germany overshot by three percentage points the European Union's 1997 goal of producing 12 percent of electricity from renewable sources by 2010. In the first quarter of 2014,
better add McCain to that list along Reid and Pelosi..... imo add ever Rep. and Sen. that has been there more than 12-15 years and are imbeded in the problem and not the solution.
start on pg 18 of the cnn poll and read up.............. pay attention to the margin of error with in certain groups and which side of the political spectrum is blindly following the mantra of its party with out thinking for themselves.
ACA will in the long term limit supply. While not good, ER's were required to treat to a minimum level before ACA. Charity was able to deliver before the onus was put on the tax payer, you have no understanding of history.
let us be blunt.. you have no ability to explain you position. In fact my thoughts are much closer to LIBERALISM as opposed to yours which rely on government intervention and control. You are willing to give up your humanity so you don't get you hand dirty. The more government control the less liberal the results.
you back to quoting the daily kos??? come on man, you can do better than that. You realize the arguement is specious? All one example did was move the cost to another entity, while the other is status quo. Never in you quote (who you fail to credit) does it say where the clients of 9th street are being treated now or the impact of the additional servises rendered to exixting clients. You seem concerned with the demand side but forget about the supply side conveniently. Half baked progressive thought processes are once again on display with your theft of ideas and words from the Daily Kos article.
"An integral part of paying taxes is directed toward those that are in need." the taxpayer has no direct link to "ownership" of the good deeds and therefore little empathy. The government programs are subjest to the whims of the few, huge overhead cost robbing the needy of resources and subjest to change depending on who is in power. Face value of your arguement is bogus -- directly linking the givers to the recipient through charity is the only way to create a close relationship. The impersonal government or the one on one relationship of charity, which one works best. I will agrue that the sense of community charity gives is better and more effective than the false sense of doing good at a distance without ever having to see the faces of those less fortunate. You seem Ok with never having to interact personally with those you deem are in need, your attitude is a great example of turning a blind eye to the "great unwashed" and shameful as a human being.
jsm, were did you learn to read a balance sheet? I want to make sure never to send a child to that school.
COP is my only dog lately, but I got in cheap... I feel your XOM pain. Thanks to EEP and the chippers it is a Ballantine's 40 type of weekend (Best blended imo)
Definition - What does Mobile First Strategy mean?
The mobile first strategy is a term tech experts have coined to refer to the primacy of mobile networks made up of modern smartphones attached to a large network coverage area. The mobile first strategy refers to companies' increasing tendency to design their products for mobile phones or devices before making correlate designs for traditional desktop and laptop computers.
just a "buzz" term imo.