The reader should note that footnotes
in this article conclude on an even number, which the Pythagoreans considered feminine.
Last-minute changes that can be handled in the print process and even for block-note XBRL tagging become more difficult and protracted with detailed footnotes
and can impact a company's ability to file on its expected date.
Similarly, in a pension accounting context, Harper, Mister and Strawser (1987) found that both sophisticated (bankers) and unsophisticated (accounting students) users of financial statements were more likely to include a pension liability in the numerator of a debt to equity ratio when the pension liability was recognized in the balance sheet rather than disclosed in a footnote
to the financial statements.
Stone replied to Hughes on the next day and said that he had revised the footnote
"[i]n view of your letter.
This results from an increase of 112% in the pages devoted to footnote
The changes necessitated adjustments to (or the addition of) a number of footnotes
on the form.
Members have created Footnote
Pages relating to the U.
While he does use some of the financial statements and footnotes
to identify risk, he does not need the detailed level currently required.
Much of this navel-gazing takes place in footnotes
- those rhetorical analogues of self-consciousness - and is only redeemed by Wallace's innate talent for humorous self-deprecation.
Some users therefore believed the uncertainties paragraph communicated information in addition to that disclosed in the footnotes
to the case, however, offers a possible escape for leasehold improvements that qualify as personal (as opposed to structural) components.
One such a footnote
might include wording that the corporation has not conducted the survey and when funds are needed for repairs, the corporation can obtain the money or delay repairs.