SARM

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AcronymDefinition
SARMSet Asynchronous Response Mode
SARMSelective Androgen Receptor Modulator
SARMSaskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities
SARMSet Asynchronous Response Mode (HDLC)
SARMSiebel Application Response Measurement
SARMStrong ARM (processor)
SARMDepartment for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (Armenia)
SARMSouthern Appalachia Railway Museum (Oak Ridge, Tennessee)
SARMSecurity Assistance Resource Management (US DoD)
SARMStrategic Architecture Reference Model
SARMSecurity and Risk Management
SARMSquadron Aviation Resource Management (USAF)
SARMSouthern Appalachian Radio Museum (Asheville, NC)
SARMStaphylococcus aureus résistant à la méthiciline (French)
SARMSouth African Reference Materials
SARMSpatial Auto Regressive Model
SARMStudent Activities Revenue Management
SARMStandard Analytical Reference Materials
SARMSustainable Aggregate Resource Management
SARMStandard Anti-Radiation Missile
SARMService Activation Request Manager
SARMSearch and Rescue Memory
SARMSafety Analysis and Risk Management
SARMSolar Array Release Mechanism
SARMSecond Aspartic Rich Motif
SARMSan Antonio Rescue Mission (San Antonio, TX)
SARMSituational Awareness and Resource Management (Training Development)
SARMSterile A and HEAT (Hydroxyphenyl-Ethyl-Aminomethyl-Tetralone)-Armadillo Motifs (molecular biology)
SARMSpecial Administrative Region of Macao
SARMSummary Annual Reports (Sprint)
SARMSumter Anime Revolutionary Milita (South Carolina anime club)
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Of the others listed, next were: summary annual reports (SARs) - 67.9%; participant statements - 60.7%; participant fee disclosures - 60.7%; summary of material modifications (SMMs) - 57.1%; qualified default investment alternative (QDIA) notices - 50%; defined benefit (DB) plan funding notices - 17.9%; automatic enrollment notices - 17.9%; safe harbor 401(k) notices - 17.9%; and 1099-Rs for participants who received distributions - 10.7%.
Gross also assists clients with ERISA reporting requirements including Form 5500s, Summary Annual Reports, and ERISA 204(h) notices.
Summary annual reports must be distributed to participants within nine months after the close of the plan year.
These reports include statements of account balances and vested percentages, as well as summary annual reports. Records necessary for the preparation of required reports include those pertaining to employment history, birth, pay, and marital status.
Hawkins 1987 Investor Information Needs and the Annual Report, By SRI International Summary Annual Reports: A New Option to Improve Shareholder Communications, by Deloitte Haskins & Sells 1989 Retiree Health Benefits: Field Test of the FASB Proposal, by Coopers & Lybrand 1993 Globalization of Financial Accounting and Reporting, by By Frederick D.S.
ERISA Section 404(c) and the regulations that implement the section already require retirement plans to disclose some cost information in their summary annual reports and summary plan descriptions, but participants ought to get a fuller accounting of the plans' costs that they pay out of their own pockets, Ashton argued.
Articles were categorized as related to SEC regulations and guidelines, summary annual reports, online annual reports, rhetorical analysis of annual reports, readability and accessibility of annual reports, methods of conveying negative information in annual reports, effective annual report writing, use and importance of annual reports, or use of annual reports in business writing classes.
"Companies urged the SEC to allow much greater streamlining, such as using selected financial data or summary annual reports. And organizations directly involved in financial statement preparation said the issue of information overload and disclosure effectiveness needed to be addressed at a more fundamental level and should involve the Financial Accounting Standards Board and the American Institute of CPAs."
Another controversial issue, summary annual reports, failed to generate much support from either institutional investors or CFOs.
Another controversial tool, summary annual reports, failed to generate much support from either institutional investors or CFOs.
Many shareholders want additional disclosures in each of the following areas: pending litigation, unasserted legal claims, current value accounting, budgeted income statements, summary annual reports, management audits, and segment information.
EBSA also plans to finalize rules for annual funding notices and summary annual reports for defined benefit (DB) plans.