Scope in and Scope out

Discussion in 'Financial Terms' started by camine, Jan 4, 2008.

  1. camine New Member

    Guatemala English
    These words were found in a contract and are considered accounting terms.
  2. camine New Member

    Guatemala English
    I would like to know what they mean.
  3. Ayutuxtepeque

    Ayutuxtepeque Moderador

    San Salvador, El Salvador
    Español salvadoreño
    Hi Camine, welcome to the Financial Forum!

    Could you, please, provide the context where the terms "scope in" and "scope out" appear?


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  4. Jose Miguel Marin Senior Member

    Barcelona, Spain
    Spain, Spanish
    Si es un término relacionado con contabilidad o auditoría, podrían enternderse como:
    "Scope in" , "incluido en el alcance de revisión, análisis etc. ", los importes iguales o inferiores al alcance previsto deben ser...analizados, revisados, investigados, dependiendo del contexto de uso.
    "Scope out" serían las partidas, saldos o transacciones excluidas de efectuar trabajos específicos, o investigaciones sobre ellas.
  5. evitap Senior Member

    De acuerdo con José Miguel. 'Excluidas' cuadra perfecto en mi texto ("whereas such transactions are scoped out of the requirements of…")
  6. evitap Senior Member

    Confirmo que scope out sí es excluir. Bien por José Miguel :thumbsup:

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