COOKIE JAR ACCOUNTING
Questionable accounting act in which companies use reserves to shore up profits in lean year. This is done in order to smoothen volatility in its financial results. Such practice misleads investors because firms misrepresent its true performance, which makes its operations seem more consistent that it really is. The term stems from the fact a company dips into its "cookie jar" of reserves to smooth out its earnings.
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