As Reported Financials

Currency Code (in units) 2015 Y USD 2016 Y USD 2017 Y USD 2018 Y USD 2019 Q2 YTD USD
Currency Code 2015 Y USD 2016 Y USD 2017 Y USD 2018 Y USD 2019 Q2 YTD USD

ASSETS

Cash and cash equivalents 57,474,777 57,189,876 76,602,108 84,430,059 112,275,019
Investments 52,490,820 108,015,635 138,476,022 203,488,217 150,772,310
Accounts receivable 18,579,302 18,605,209 19,220,279 20,290,283 22,210,625
Prepaid expenses 1,780,105 2,032,726 2,073,343 2,372,712 2,630,933
Income taxes receivable 1,402,137 1,111,890 4,114,962 NA NA
Property and equipment, net of depreciation 4,253,361 4,025,758 4,057,901 3,680,472 5,973,071
Deferred taxes 9,206,079 8,736,767 5,843,704 11,466,100 12,289,983
Total assets 145,186,581 199,717,861 250,388,319 325,727,843 306,151,941

LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY

Liabilities

Accounts payable and accrued expenses 7,651,324 9,787,048 11,890,403 15,561,491 13,045,332
Accrued incentive compensation 21,984,500 22,683,500 25,496,500 26,754,167 11,020,000
Income taxes payable NA NA 0 2,768,681 2,255,368
Deferred compensation 10,236,743 14,182,470 20,480,790 22,387,874 28,060,153
Total liabilities 39,872,567 46,653,018 57,867,693 67,472,213 54,380,853
Redeemable noncontrolling interest 0 13,840,688 20,076,806 62,679,687 34,076,350

Permanent Shareholders' equity

Common stock 102,536,527 109,293,803 118,209,111 124,933,060 116,835,709
Preferred stock, undesignated 0 0 0 0 0
Deferred equity compensation (19,294,784) (17,728,106) (19,134,963) (22,008,054) (21,919,702)
Retained earnings 22,072,271 47,658,458 73,369,672 92,650,937 122,778,731
Total permanent shareholders' equity 105,314,014 139,224,155 172,443,820 195,575,943 217,694,738
Total liabilities and shareholders' equity 145,186,581 199,717,861 250,388,319 325,727,843 306,151,941
Book value per share 30.84 40.81 49.69 55.89 63.22
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