Comprehensive Income — страница 3

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period, but no total of (a) and (b). Owners’ investments and withdrawals of capital and other movements in retained earnings and equity capital are shown in the notes. 2)           Same as above, but with a total of (a) and (b) (sometimes called “comprehensive income”). Again, owners’ investments and withdrawals of capital and other movements in retained earnings and equity capital. An example of this would be the traditional multicolumn statement of changes in shareholders’ equity. Bibliography [i] The impact of reporting comprehensive income, Ohio CPA Journal; Columbus; Jan-Mar 1999; Richard J Schmidt. Comprehensive income reporting and analysts’ valuation judgements, Journal of Accounting Research; Chicago; D Eric

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