Stock account

(Bookkeeping) an account on a merchant's ledger, one side of which shows the original capital, or stock, and the additions thereto by accumulation or contribution, the other side showing the amounts withdrawn.

See also: Stock

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The dividends on both classes of stock are payable in the form of Class B Common Stock and will be credited to your institution's capital stock account at the close of business on December 29, 2017.
For example, Jane has a stock account with a well-known brokerage company.
The complaint against Columbia specifically calls out TIAA-CREF Stock Account R3, which is a variable annuity, as one of the poor performers.
Loans from Integrity First Bank of Mountain Home, First State Bank of Russellville and First Security Bank of Searcy were secured by common collateral: Smiley's financial interest in an Arvest stock account.
Where a plan offers company stock, the company stock account often pays little, if anything, for the operation of the plan.
Most of the new trading apps have password protection, which secures stock account information.
Most of these apps have password protection, which secures stock account information.
When a holder exercises options the issuer transfers a portion of paid-in capital to its outstanding stock account, but does not recognize any additional compensation cost.
To secure the dividend deduction, some employers have designated not only the employer matching account as an ESOP but also the company stock account for participant-directed investment of elective contributions as well.
By the end of 1994, the average value of each employee's stock account had reached about $190,000, with many accounts approaching $1 million.
At resale, the treasury stock account is credited for the cost of the treasury stock.