Translation of creative accountancy in Spanish:

creative accountancy

contabilidad creativa, n.

(creative accounting)

noun

informal

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    contabilidad creativa feminine
    • The problem is that the agreement invites big-money teams to employ creative accounting practices to keep their revenue-sharing payments to a minimum.
    • Analysts said allegations of fraud, insider dealing and creative accounting at some of the world's biggest technology companies could hinder a recovery in the sector.
    • Unfortunately, without major regulatory changes, the cycle of debt, earnings peppered with creative accounting, and lay-offs is destined to continue.
    • We must also take account of creative project reporting, the non-profit sector's answer to creative accounting that disguises the guzzling of resources by senior personnel.
    • That always gets a laugh because of the negative connotations of creative accounting.
    • There will always be creative accountancy which conforms to the standards and allows senior managers to choose different accounting approaches.
    • Most often, those problems were financial, including inaccurate budgets, hidden deficits, creative accounting, and lackluster fund raising or capital campaigns.
    • Fiscal policy this year has featured wishful thinking and creative accounting rather than actions to control the deficit.
    • If you sign a joint return, you're liable for any back taxes and penalties triggered by your spouse's creative accounting.
    • The creative accounting didn't show up in the cashflows, because of the circular nature of what was going on.
    • While there are rules governing how depreciation is expensed, there is still plenty of room for management to make creative accounting decisions that can mislead investors.
    • It simply describes the system that would push many in the direction of creative accounting.
    • This would also eliminate one other negative effect of creative accounting, which is the payment of low dividends to local share holders as they came at the tail of the income statement.
    • The European Union will closely monitor any creative accounting to ensure the government is not manipulating monies to improve the underlying fiscal position.
    • I am not terribly keen on any form of creative accounting that takes things off balance sheets, by and large.
    • There is little here that we haven't seen before and it seems more like creative accounting than radical reform.
    • Due to some creative accounting in its first term, when his government grossly exaggerated the amount of money it was pumping into key services, its trust ratings are low.
    • The ‘sting’ itself is a clever and convoluted scheme, involving corporate loans, creative accounting, wire transfers and offshore accounts.
    • People from this industry also take more time filling out the expense claims than their colleagues, taking an average time of 32 minutes a month for creative accounting.
    • Fund managers are worried about dodgy corporate governance, creative accounting techniques and gross domestic product figures that seem too good to be true.