[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The board of aldermen has approved taking $352,000 from the Stellos Stadium improvements expendable trust fund and $300,000 from the school capital reserve fund to cover the cost of the project.
What does ETF stand for?
ETF stands for Expendable Trust Fund (various organizations)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 147 other meanings of ETF in our Acronym Attic
- Estimated Time of Flight
- Estimated Time to Fix
- European Task Force
- European Technology Forum
- European Training Foundation (EU)
- European Transport Workers' Federation
- Européenne de Travaux Ferroviaires (French: European Railway Works)
- Eurovia Travaux Ferroviaires (French: Eurovia Railway Works)
- Exchange Traded Fund (financial markets; aka Index Shares, Exchange Traded Index Fund)
- Exhibitions and Trade Fairs (Australia)
- Experimental Transwitching Format
- Electrothermal Feedback Transition-Edge Sensor
- Early Timed Follicular Aspiration (medical procedure)
- Edmonton Touch Football Association (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
- Educational Television Facilities Act of 1962
- Electron-Transfer-Flavoprotein, Alpha Polypeptide (gene)
- Eltham Touch Football Association (Victoria, Australia)
- Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (IEEE conference)
- European Task Force on Atopic Dermatitis
- Eenheid vir Taalfasilitering En -Bemagtiging
Samples in periodicals archive:
32 directs fiduciaries to use an expendable trust fund to account for plan assets.
According to the proposal, if a section 457 deferred compensation plan met current requirements for inclusion in a government's fiduciary funds, it would be reported as an expendable trust fund in that government's financial statements.
Written comments suggested the same percentages and sliding scales used in government and expendable trust fund audits also were used in proprietary and nonexpendable and pension trust fund audits.
Governmental funds and expendable trust funds, however, focus on flows of current financial resources and use the modified accrual basis of accounting.
21 requires escheat property to be reported either in an expendable trust fund or in the fund to which the property ultimately will revert.
The proposed standard, which would be effective for financial statement periods beginning after June 15, 1994, requires escheat property to be reported either in an expendable trust fund or in the fund to which the property ultimately will revert.
11 established a measurement focus (which resources are measured and how) and an accounting basis (when to recognize the effect on resources of transactions or events) for government fund and expendable trust fund operating statements.