yearend


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year-end

also year·end (yîr′ĕnd′)
n.
The end of a year: the value of the account at year-end.
adj.
Occurring or done at the end of the year: a year-end audit.

yearend

(ˈjɪərˌɛnd)
n
the end of the year
adj
pertaining to the end of the year
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After ranging above the Central New Jersey overall industrial availability rate from yearend 2003 through mid 2005, the Northern New Jersey availability rate remained below the Central New Jersey availability rate through yearend 2006.
As no partner or group of partners owning more than 50% in partnership capital and profits has the same yearend, GI Screen Partners cannot determine a year-end based on the general rule.
For example, if your fiscal yearend is December 31, you should use your September 30 statements.
Bonds represented 55 percent of total invested assets at yearend 1992 versus 29 percent for the previous yearend.
Fitch expects financial leverage to trend down from 33% at year-end 2002 to approximately 29% at yearend 2003.
83 percent at yearend 2006, but remained below the 10.