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Hi,

Which one of the following sentences read the best? Also what are the flaws in the other two?

1. We assume transition costs of $10 million in 2009 and nil in 2010. Of the $10 million, $8 million is included in G&A expenses and the rest $2 million has been capitalized.

2. We assume transition costs of $10 million in 2009 and nil in 2010. Of the $10 million, $8 million is being included in G&A expenses and the rest $2 million is being capitalized.

3. We assume transition costs of $10 million in 2009 and nil in 2010. Of the $10 million, $8 million is included in G&A expenses and the rest $2 million is capitalized.

Thanks,

MG.
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They are all possible, MG-- it depends on the time frame of the money movement.
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Mister Micawber,

Thanks. Can you please explain your answer a bit?

Thanks,

MG.
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1. The $8m is in there now; the $2m is now in LT assets.

2. The $8m and $2m distributions are in process.

3. The $8m is in there now and the $2m is now in LT assets.
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Mister Micawber,
Thanks a lot.
MG
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