Glossary
Accounting Year

An accounting year, or accounting period, is a company’s annual reporting period. Many different kinds of reports are based on the accounting year - including taxes, for example. An accounting year is almost always a period of twelve months, but it does not necessarily have to follow the beginning and end of the twelve month calendar year.

Accounting Year

An accounting year, or accounting period, is a company’s annual reporting period. Many different kinds of reports are based on the accounting year - including taxes, for example. An accounting year is almost always a period of twelve months, but it does not necessarily have to follow the beginning and end of the twelve month calendar year.

Accounts Receivable

The amount of money owed to a company by customers for goods or services that have been delivered or used, but not yet paid.

Accounts Receivable

An accounting year, or accounting period, is a company’s annual reporting period. Many different kinds of reports are based on the accounting year - including taxes, for example. An accounting year is almost always a period of twelve months, but it does not necessarily have to follow the beginning and end of the twelve month calendar year. c

Accumulated Depreciation

Cumulative depreciation of an asset up to a single point in its life (see Depreciation & Amortization).

Accumulated Depreciation

Cumulative depreciation of an asset up to a single point in its life (see Depreciation & Amortization).

Additional Paid In Capital (APIC)

Represents the excess paid by an investor over the par-value price of a stock issue. Additional paid-in-capital can arise from issuing either preferred or common stock. (See Preferred Stock and Common Stock).

Additional Paid In Capital (APIC)

Represents the excess paid by an investor over the par-value price of a stock issue. Additional paid-in-capital can arise from issuing either preferred or common stock. (See Preferred Stock and Common Stock).

Weiss Ratings