2 million for the budget from payment of historical costs by a subsoil user, said Urmat Amanbaeva (Respublika) at the plenary session of the Parliament on Friday.
What does HC stand for?
HC stands for Historical Cost (accounting)
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We have 109 other meanings of HC in our Acronym Attic
- High Council (LDS church)
- High Coupling
- High Court
- High Cube (shipping container)
- High-Speed CMOS (family of logic integrated circuits)
- Highway Contract (rural route post office addressing)
- Hillsdale College (Hillsdale, Michigan)
- Historical Committee
- History Channel (TV)
- History of the Church (Joseph Smith)
- Hitachi Capital (Japan)
- Hitman: Contracts (video game)
- Hiwassee College (Madisonville, TN)
- Hockey Canada (formerly Canadian Hockey Association)
- Hoffmantown Church (Albuquerque, NM)
- Hog Cholera (classical swine fever)
- Hogwarts Castle (Harry Potter)
- Holden Caulfield
Samples in periodicals archive:
CONCLUSION By analyzing the answers that we received from the surveyed professionals, we may reach the following general conclusions with regards to the options and prospects for applying various valuation bases within an accounting system: --The participants in the survey had very different opinions on the fact that most companies use historical cost as valuation base in their accounting, as half of them found this to be a normal thing and the other half dismissed it as abnormal, since historical cost doesn't reflect the prices applicable at the date when the financial statements are prepared.
The RUT Model requires the application of basic statistical techniques to calculate a predicted future risk value and historical cost value for every member of the health plan's population.
338 election, T's shareholders would recognize gain, P would take a stepped-up basis in T's stock and a historical cost basis in T's assets.
In the past, the basis of comparability was historical cost.
We use historical cost sometimes and fair value other times.
I don't think Sarbanes-Oxley gets at the underlying issue, which is that you can't make a decision based on historical cost information," asserts Eccies.