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    1) учет неденежная (бухгалтерская) запись [проводка\]* (запись на счете, которая не имеет под собой поступлений или платежей денежных средств по зарегистрированной хозяйственной операции, напр., когда денежные выплаты были отражены в прошлом отчетном периоде, а запись сделана в текущем периоде; влияет на состояние доходов и расходов по отчету о прибылях и убытках, а не на прирост или сокращение суммы денежных средств)

    Adjusting Entries are noncash entries. — Корректирующие записи являются неденежными бухгалтерскими записями [проводками\].

    Excluding the $755,000 noncash entry applied to the allowance for future credit losses, the earnings were $164,000. — Без учета неденежных расходов на образование резерва для покрытия будущих убытков прибыль составила 164 тыс. долл.

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    2) учет неденежная статья (доходная или расходная статья, которая не связана с движением денежных средств)

    Depreciation is a noncash entry because it recognizes that an asset is worth less over a period of time and is treated as an expense. — Амортизация является неденежной статьей, так как она отражает снижение стоимости объекта в течение отчетного периода, и рассматривается как расход.

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    Англо-русский экономический словарь > noncash entry

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