compensation balance


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compensation balance

[‚käm·pən′sā·shən ‚bal·əns]
(horology)
A balance that compensates for changes caused by temperature variations.
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The GAAP to non-GAAP adjustments will also include acquisition-related amortization charges related to previous business combinations, including the removal of the $20 million annual amortization of a prepaid compensation balance related to the W.
The CWI machine is highly accurate and weight checks by electromagnetic force compensation balance, which makes high measuring accuracy possible.
Management has determined that the RSU grants should have been classified as additional paid-in capital on the date of grant with a corresponding increase to unearned compensation, with the expense over the vesting period reducing the unearned compensation balance.
6 million dollars -- representing a significant amount of Ameritech's outstanding reciprocal compensation balance to ICG -- and includes reciprocal compensation billed between April 1997 and April 1999.
The data that was taken on active DWP employees included names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, employee identification numbers, salaries, work locations, deferred compensation balances (but not account numbers), insurance plan coverage and health care benefits selection.
If the inherent risks are not properly communicated, an employee could incorrectly assume that deferred compensation balances are secured in the same way as 401(k) balances.

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