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sap

(sap),
The juice or tissue fluid of a living organism.

SAP

sphingolipid activator protein>

SAP

Abbreviation for:
saponin
saporin
saposin
secreted acid phosphatase
secreted aspartic protease
sensory action potential
serum alkaline phosphatase
serum amyloid P
Single Assessment Process, see there 
situs ambiguus with polysplenia
SLAM-associated protein
slow action potential
spontaneous action potential
stable angina pectoris
standardised assessment of personality
Staphylococcus aureus protease
steroidogenesis activator polypeptide
Substance Abuse Professional
surfactant-associated protein
symptom-associated probability
systolic arterial pressure

sap

a watery liquid found within the vacuole of a plant cell (cell sap) and within conducting tissues of the VASCULAR BUNDLES.

SAP

serum alkaline phosphatase.
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This means individuals responsible for the provision must not only be familiar with statutory accounting principles and U.
The guidelines the Executive Committee and the Plenary are reviewing -- the proposed Statement of Statutory Accounting Principles (SSAP) Number 35R -- deal with the mechanics of coming up with words to describe the fee and determining how insurers include the fee in financial statements.
Moreover, the FASB's proposal would jeopardize a comprehensive accounting and reporting system that has been in place for decades, and whose efficacy has been continuously validated over time in the face of extreme events and circumstances, alleged the draft letter prepared by the Statutory Accounting Principles Working Group (SAPWG) of the NAIC.
Collateralization for the fronting company is required for two primary reasons: 1) to protect the fronting company from credit risk; and 2) to address the balance sheet impact of captive reinsurance on the primary insurer trader statutory accounting principles.
GAAP, not the traditional statutory accounting principles.
Statutory Accounting Principles: Insurance entities are, in addition to GAAP, also subject to Statutory Accounting Principles (SAP).
The statutory accounting principles of the past did not always provide a consistent and complete basis for accounting and reporting," Neil D.