Your investment in the other company would exist as a single asset on your balance sheet, equal to the value of your 45 percent stake.

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@rmzelle As we started to discuss in #1720 (comment), I would like to begin to consolidate the CSL documentation / help articles / style developer manual (if you guys give it the green light).

This may be a good time because I am very aware of where new contributors may find the greatest difficulties.

And make sure to check out @damnation333's spreadsheet with outstanding requests. I had Biosocieties half done but I see you "blasted through it" weeks ago ;-) Thanks!

My output will be 1% of yours, but if we add a "Developer" column to your spreadsheet we can fill our name in whenever we start work on a style and that way avoid duplication. @rmzelle In order to test-drive Git Hub Pages I need you to create a new repo owned by the organization (citation-style-language) and called citation-style-language.Please make it public and mark the "Initialize with a README" checkbox.

When it comes to your balance sheet, however, generally accepted accounting principles don't give you a choice: You treat your company and any subsidiaries as a single enterprise.

A consolidated balance sheet presents the assets and liabilities of a parent company and all its subsidiaries on a single document, with no distinctions on which items belong to which companies.He has contributed to USA Today, The Des Moines Register and Better Homes and Gardens"publications.Merritt has a journalism degree from Drake University and is pursuing an MBA from the University of Iowa.If your small business buys out another, it is up to you how you want to treat the subsidiary.You could allow it to continue operating autonomously, you could completely absorb it into your company or you could choose an option somewhere in between.There are at least three articles I would like to work on —by consolidating, structuring and completing the existing info—: Sure, we're always open to make things better.