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netting-out / netted out

Spanish translation: expresión o cálculo en cifras netas / expresado o calculado en cifras netas o sobre una base neta

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English term or phrase:netting-out / netted out
Spanish translation:expresión o cálculo en cifras netas / expresado o calculado en cifras netas o sobre una base neta
Entered by: NoraTorres
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04:44 Jul 14, 2001
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Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: netting-out / netted out
If, in the course of an accounting period, information comes to light which necessitates the re-lease of a provision created in preceding periods of the same financial year, then the release is to be recorded and recognised as income in the period in which this need arises. This may result in, for example, a provision for anticipated losses being recognised as an expense in the first quarter and then in the following quarter, owing to new information, being released and recognised as income. In the cumulative presentation of the half-yearly financial statements and also the annual financial statements, these transactions must be netted out. As such corresponding expense and income entries relating to one and the same transaction cannot be recognised and thus cleared at the consolidation level, netting-out is performed in the cumulative financial statements by the individual company.
buceo
expresión o cálculo en cifras netas / expresado o calculado en cifras netas o sobre una base neta
Explanation:
According to my own experience. I hope this helps you! :)
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NoraTorres
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Local time: 20:57
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Summary of answers provided
nacalcular el netoIntergraf
nacálculo de valores netos
Patricia Lutteral
naexpresión o cálculo en cifras netas / expresado o calculado en cifras netas o sobre una base neta
NoraTorres
naExplicación...
flaviofbg


  

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2 hrs
Explicación...


Explanation:
Hola Buceo,

siento otra vez no encontrar el término estandard para tu traducción. Sólo encontré que se refiere al hecho de "ingresar" o "hacer propias" o "acumular" ganancias et similia...

¿Alguien conoce el término exacto?

flaviofbg
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3 hrs
expresión o cálculo en cifras netas / expresado o calculado en cifras netas o sobre una base neta


Explanation:
According to my own experience. I hope this helps you! :)

NoraTorres
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3 hrs
cálculo de valores netos


Explanation:
Es frecuente el uso del horrendo "netear" (una búsqueda en Google te dará muchos ejemplos), peo me niego a reproducirlos! :-)

La explicación de Nora es correcta; para el "netting out" me inclino por la opción que te doy.

Saludos,

Patricia

Patricia Lutteral
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4 hrs
calcular el neto


Explanation:
to net = calcular el neto

Subject: stock exchange & capital market
Reference: Glosario valores mobiliarios
Author: Pérez Latorre

Hope that helps!

Terry


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