ACTUARIAL BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
A technique used for the computation of the the period payments in which a company is obligated to make to fund the pension benefits of its employees. The actuarial basis demands that the combination of the investment returns on pension assets and the total contributions from the company must conform the required annual contribution coming from the pension fund. Assumptions for the rate of salary increases, discount rate used for future benefits, rate of return on plan assets, and length of worker's career must be made.
Return On Assets - ROA
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