ACCOUNTING INCOME Definition

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ACCOUNTING INCOME is the income derived through historical accrual based accounting. Income = the change in net assets occurring during the period excluding transactions with owners; i.e. transaction based.

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BASLE COMMITTEE was set up by the Bank for International Settlements and is based in Basle. The Committee drew up international capital adequacy standards for banks and was once known as the Cooke Committee, after a former chairman.

INTERNAL REVENUE, if governmental, is money collected by a government through taxes and levies on facilities, income, sales of goods and services, transfers of property, and other specified domestic transactions.

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