Acquired Surplus

Business / Finance / Acquired Surplus: The surplus acquired when a company is purchased in a pooling of interests combination, i.e. the net worth not considered to be capital stock.

Other Words for Surplus

Surplus Verb Synonyms: excess, leftover, extra, spare, over-abundant, superfluous, unused, redundant
Surplus Noun Synonyms: surplusage, overage, excess, leftover(s), surfeit, over-abundance, oversupply, overdose, glut
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Restricted Surplus

Business / Finance / Restricted Surplus: A portion of retained earnings not allowed by law to be used for the payment of dividends. MORE

Regulatory Surplus

Business / Finance / Regulatory Surplus: The surplus as measured using regulatory accounting principles (RAP), which may allow the nonmarket valuation of assets or liabilities and which may be materially different from economic surplus. MORE

Inheritance Of Acquired Characteristics

Science / Biology / Inheritance Of Acquired Characteristics: Lamarcks view that features acquired during an organisms lifetime would be passed on to succeeding generations, leading to inheritable change in species over time. MORE

Hospital Acquired Infection

Health / Disease / Hospital Acquired Infection: Nosocomial infections are infections which are a result of treatment in a hospital or a healthcare service unit, but secondary to the patient's original condition. MORE

Statutory Surplus

Business / Finance / Statutory Surplus: A merger in which one corporation remains as a legal entity, instead of a new legal entity being formed. MORE

Surplus

Business / Agriculture / Surplus: The amount by which available supplies are greater than the quantity that will bring producers an adequate income. A surplus may be due to production outrunning demand, a decline in consumption, or a MORE

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