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accrual

A term of art referring to the number of patients in a study or clinical trial.

accrual,

n continually recurring short-term liabilities. Examples are accrued wages, taxes, and interest.
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Accordingly, W accrues $13,000 of gross sales and includes $13,000 (less the corresponding cost of goods sold) in gross income in 2002, because the all-events test is met.
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1942) ("where interest actually accrues on a debt of a taxpayer in a tax year the statute plainly says he may deduct it.
Dividends on such shares will thereafter cease to accrue.
E[acute accent](note 3) Domestic Flights of LAN Peru, LAN Express, LAN Airlines and LAN Argentina do not accrue miles on the first stage.
1991, a taxpayer was held to the contract terms of a loan document and was required to accrue interest when the taxpayer did not formally declare the notes to be in default.
Example 1: BA, an accrual-basis partnership, accrues an otherwise deductible expense to partnership CA, which is on the cash basis.
Interest shall accrue at 12%, compounded annually and payable in cash on the earlier of conversion of the principal amount of the debentures or at maturity.