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firm

UK ward-speak for a team of doctors who work together to look after a list of patients. A firm usually consists of a consultant, a registrar, an FY2 (formerly, senior house officer—SHO) and an FY1 (formerly, pre-registration house officer—PRHO).
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The risk is small to the divesting firm because the CPA has already decided the divested clients are not clients it wants to retain; the firm was prepared to let them go.
Internal succession requires that the firm employ qualified staff who are ready, willing and able to purchase and continue to operate the practice.
At DBB, for instance, five of six staff members are women with families, so the firm has a dedicated day care area.
It is also straightforward to connect the behavior of a product price-maker (ppm), a firm that is assumed able to influence/determine the product price buyers are willing to pay (by varying the quantity it offers to sell), and a resource price-maker (rpm), a firm that is assumed able to influence/determine the resource price (wage) that workers are willing to accept (by varying the amount of labor it offers to hire); whereas the ppm faces a down-sloping product demand schedule, the rpm faces an up-sloping resource (labor) supply schedule, both implying the ability of the firm to alter price.
Moreover, they affect the firm as a whole, rather than being clearly attributable to the efforts of insurance decision-makers.
Their titles don't matter as long as they are making money for the firm," said Faith Hope Consolo, vice chairman of Garrick-Aug Worldwide, the store leasing firm.
Therefore, all parties in the firm should be aware of this new SAS, as well as other new pronouncements that are released from year to year.
In the government agency market, the firm served as the lead manager or co-manager in issuing more than $1.
For example, CEO compensation, reputation in the managerial labor market, and equity holdings are highly correlated with changes in the performance of the firm.
In view of this fact, it is not surprising that accountants from within the firm would have fewer data-generation problems than would outside independent accountants.
Many firms apply for consideration, but Thompson Hine did not; the firm was selected by MLF after conducting its own independent research.
The firms agree to the latest date when the sellers will reduce their time commitment to the firm and final payments will commence, usually within one to five years.