appropriated retained earnings


appropriated retained earnings
appropriated retained earnings ACC, FIN Rücklagen fpl (aus einbehaltenen Gewinnen; shown as equity in the balance sheet, als Eigenkapital in der Bilanz ausgewiesen; nicht ausgewiesen = undisclosed sind stille Rücklagen = stille Reserven = hidden reserves = undisclosed reserves = secret reserves)

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