Cookie Jar Economics


    Cookie Jar Economics are what is done in accounting circles when surplus from productive years is used to set straight losses that occur from unproductive years. Also known as income smoothing, essentially the earnings from good years go under reported and those during bad years are over reported to create an illusion of stability.

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