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Uniform classification of accounts prescribed for electric utilities.

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.

Uniform classification of accounts prescribed for electric utilities.

Effective January 1, 1945; revised January 1, 1948.

by Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.

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Published in [Columbus .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ohio.
    • Subjects:
    • Electric utilities -- Accounting.,
    • Electric utilities -- Ohio.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF5686.E4 O4 1948
      The Physical Object
      Pagination80 p.
      Number of Pages80
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5114897M
      LC Control Number74187713

      This product is also available in digital format.. Updated in , this guide provides management and staff of public power utilities an overview of generally accepted electric utility accounting practices consistent with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) prescribed Uniform System of Accounts (USOA). The guide discusses why and how public power utilities .   Merchant Account Fees: Credit card merchant account discount fees, transaction fees, and related costs; Other Construction Costs: Other costs directly related to jobs such as waste disposal, onsite storage rental, etc. Utilities: Water, electricity, garbage, and other basic utilities expenses.

      All utilities shall keep their books of record as herein prescribed by this Commission. Section 3. The accounting systems hereby prescribed are as follows: (a) Electric and Gas: The appropriate, currently effective Uniform System of Accounts of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission shall be used by all electric and gas utilities. (b) Water. Updated in , this guide provides management and staff of public power utilities an overview of generally accepted electric utility accounting practices consistent with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) prescribed Uniform System of Accounts (USOA). The guide discusses why and how public power utilities should implement this accounting system.

      Each Major electric utility, licensee, or other, as classified in the Commission's Uniform System of Accounts Prescribed for Public Utilities and Licensees Subject To the Provisions of The Federal Power Act (18 CFR ), must submit Form 1 as prescribed in 18 CFR Part Each Nonmajor electric utility. (a) Classification of electric plant at effective date of system of accounts. (1) The electric plant accounts provided herein are the same as those contained in the prior system of accounts except for inclusion of accounts for nuclear production plant and some changes in classification in the general equipment for these changes, the balances in the various plant accounts.


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Uniform classification of accounts prescribed for electric utilities by Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. Download PDF EPUB FB2

For application of uniform system of accounts to Class C and D public utilities and licensees, see part of this chapter. For statements and reports, see part of this chapter. Uniform System of Accounts Prescribed for Public Utilities and Licensees Subject to the Provisions of the Federal Power Act.

Uniform classification of accounts for municipal electric light and power utilities prescribed by Bureau of inspection and supervision of public offices of Washington [Washington (State).

Bureau of Inspection and Supervision of Public Offices.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book was digitized and reprinted from the collections of the University of.

Uniform System of Accounts. Classification of utilities. For purpose of applying the system of accounts prescribed by the Commission, electric utilities and licensees are divided into classes – Major, Non-major, and Non-operating utilities and licensees.

Classification of Utilities A. For the purpose of applying systems of accounts prescribed by the Commission, water utilities are divided into three classes, as follows: Class AB Utilities having 4, or more customers. Class C Utilities having 1, to 3, Size: KB.

Full text of "Uniform classification of accounts for electric utilities prescribed by the Railroad Commission of Wisconsin, December, " See other formats. The overriding purpose of the Uniform System of Accounts (USofA) is to ensure uniformity and consistency in the reporting of the accounting transactions in the books and records of electric and gas utilities.

Public Utility Accounting Page 3. Purpose of this Guide. The purpose of this guide is to provide the management and staff of public power systems with an overview of generally accepted electric utility accounting practices within the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) prescribed Uniform System of Accounts (USOA).

The letters A, B, and C which precede Fixed Capital and Operation and Maintenance account numbers indicate the class- es of utilities which shall keep these accounts.

Railroad Commission of Wisconsin: Uniform classification of accounts for gas utilities prescribed by the Railroad Commission of Wisconsin, November, (Madison, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Railroad Commission of Wisconsin: Uniform classification of accounts for water utilities (classes A and B).

Uniform System of Accounts - Electric Program (5/27/08) B Work order procedures - Electric Program (1/18/94) (See also June 7, addendum) B Preparation and use of the RUS FormConstruction Inventory (12/21/94) Policy on Audits of RUS Borrowers and Grantees (4/30/) Memoranda to Borrowers 9/6/ Accounting.

"Accounts" means the accounts prescribed in this system of accounts. "Actually issued," as applied to securities issued or assumed by the utility, means those which have been sold to bona fide purchasers for a valuable consideration, those issued as dividends on stock, and those which have been issued in accordance with.

As used in this rule, the " FERC Uniform System of Accounts " means the rules and regulations governing the classification of accounts for Class A-B private electric utilities, as approved, prescribed, and promulgated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 18 CFR 41 and 18 CFR and adopted by the commission for Indiana electric utilities at IAC UNIFORM SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTS FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES CLASSIFICATION OF WATER AND WASTEWATER UTILITIES Water and Wastewater Utility Classes (based on annual revenues): Class A: $1, and more Class B: $, to $, Class C: Less than $, Generally, Class A & B utilities maintain their records.

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As used in this rule, the " NARUC Uniform System of Accounts " means the rules and regulations governing the classification of accounts for Class C-D private electric utilities and Class A-B-C-D municipal electric utilities, as developed by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners and adopted by the commission for Indiana electric utilities under.

Uniform classification of accounts for water utilities prescribed. Madison, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Railroad Commission of Wisconsin.

OCLC Number. Uniform classification of accounts for electrical utilities. New York, Law reporting co. [©] (OCoLC) Online version: National Association of Railway and Utilities Commissioners (U.S.). Uniform classification of accounts for electrical utilities. New York, Law reporting co. [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

some flexibility to tailor the chart of accounts prescribed by the NARUC Uniform System of Accounts (see page 4) to best suit its needs. For instance, in addition to the prescribed accounts, clearing accounts and subdivisions of any account may be kept provided the integrity of the prescribed accounts is not impaired.

Account Classification Details 1 electric and gas utilities may conform to requirements of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and water and sewer utilities to pronouncements of the National Association of Regulatory Utility A Uniform Chart of Accounts Advisory Committee was established in the summer of It was.

The Uniform System of Accounts promulgated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) serves as a basis for this part. When new or revised accounting guidance is provided by FERC for electric utilities, Rural Development must review this guidance within the framework of this part for applicability to our borrowers.

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for Utilities zThe GAAP is an accounting frame for proper classification and treatment of the financial transactions, i.e.

transactions to be classified and recorded as assets, liabilities, revenues, costs and expenses. zIts complexity in some cases allows flexibility in their interpretation.Utility fund accounts showing only receipts, disbursements and balances will be carried on the records of the Clerk-Treasurer.

Separate records prescribed or approved by the State Board of Accounts will be maintained for water, wastewater, electric, and gas utilities following the Uniform System of Accounts for each utility.The accrual basis of accounting for utilities is the most commonly used accounting method.

However, there is another means of accounting – the cash basis. With cash basis accounting, the total amount recorded for the use of utilities for each period is based on the amount of cash that’s been paid for said utilities during the period covered.