Another term for consolidating grouping
1099: tax form you fill out to report self-employment earnings, interest and dividends, government payments, and other forms of income Adjusted gross income (AGI): gross income minus allowable reductions Adjustment to income: an expense that can be deducted even if the taxpayer does not itemize deductions Advance earned income credit: prepayments of the earned income credit by an employer to an employee Aggregate ratio: the ratio, or the weighted mean, equal to the sum of the listed values divided by the sum of the fair market values (sales prices) Administrative Procedures Act (APA): provides a procedure for the adoption of rules, including maximizing public involvement in the development of rules and consistent inclusion of public participation in the rule-making processes (3 V. Adjustments could include an assessment ratio if the property is to be taxed at a value other than full fair market value, either a full or partial exemption, or at a value established under a stabilization agreement.
§ 800) Appraised value: estimated value of a property as determined by a lister/assessor before any adjustments are made to that value for taxing purposes.
As a result of the AICPA Auditing Standards Board’s (ASB) Clarity Project, a new standard has been developed that provides clearer requirements and guidance for audits of group financial statements, in particular those in which part of the work is performed by auditors other than the auditor who expresses the opinion on the financial statements of the group. AU-C 600’s provisions also are consistent, with the exception of a group auditor’s ability to reference the work of a component auditor, with the international standard (ISA 600, )).The AA can create, modify and/or remove the necessary accounts for these types: AO, AA, FSR, PI or ASST.Although the AA can create additional accounts, the AA cannot modify institutional profile (IPF) information.The new standard also requires that the group engagement partner evaluate whether it is reasonable to believe that sufficient appropriate audit evidence can be obtained regarding the consolidation process and the financial information of the components on which to base the group audit opinion.It is the ‘person’, not the business, who is registered for VAT.