Below-the-Line Cost

Below-the-Line Cost

In accounting, extraordinary expenses a company does not incur in its day-to-day operations. Because they are not repeated, below the line costs are not considered to decrease the company's profit. See also: Above the line.
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Reality is GM has done more than most to control below-the-line cost, now it's a revenue problem.
The concentration of incremental revenue in price-competitive Asian markets will limit our ability to improve gross margin, but below-the-line cost controls will contribute positive earnings leverage.
quark, we'll achieve dramatic below-the-line cost savings as we move print information to the Web," said Robert Folaron, executive director of Internet media practice at EDS E.
Indomina has said it will provide the new Comerica bank loan with soft money solutions, mostly represented by the 25% Dominican transferable tax credit production incentive on above- and below-the-line costs to finance two to three English-language motion pictures per year.
Indomina will combine the Comerica loan with soft money solutions, mostly represented by the 25% Dominican transferable tax credit production incentive on above- and below-the-line costs to finance two to three English-language motion pictures per year.
That's never been more important than it is currently because everyone is keen on reducing the below-the-line costs," James said.
And, from a cost of $40,000 per hour, telenovelas are now produced for $12,000 per episode, with $4,000 for below-the-line costs and the rest for the artistic/creative portion.
Apprise Distribution's customer profitability tools integrate both above-the-line and below-the-line costs to give distributors an accurate view of profitability for each of their customers.
You already save 40 percent on your below-the-line costs just to shoot here because of labor costs, hotels and catering.