Handling Allowance

Handling Allowance

A discount offered by a manufacturer to a retailer for a product that requires special care or inconvenience. The handling allowance gives an incentive to the retailer to purchase a product in which it may not otherwise be interested.
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A handling allowance will be credited for each voucher redeemed.
said CUs like his that are struggling with write-offs ought to consider altering calculations on handling allowance for loan losses to start using a 12-month rolling average instead of 36 months.
This voucher is worth pounds 1 plus a 2p handling allowance.
Our Survival Guide explains what concepts we should be preparing our children to learn, how other parents are handling allowance and chores, and how we can make busy school days calm and productive for the whole family.
Coupons received by MKF wholesaler by January 7, 2002, earn a 2p handling allowance.
Coupons received by MKF wholesaler by July 27, 2001, receive a 2p handling allowance.
A 2p handling allowance will also be credited for each coupon redeemed.
Previously, Saab reimbursed its dealers for warranty parts with the traditional industry approach -- dealer net plus a 30 percent handling allowance.
As a result of these external factors as well as unfavorable overhead and higher than normal shipping and handling allowances, the company reported a net loss for the quarter ended June 30, 1995 of $227,600, or 5 cents per share.
As a result of these external factors as well as unfavorable overhead absorption and higher than normal shipping and handling allowances, the company reported a net loss for the quarter ended June 30, 1995.
The flat sales volume, unfavorable overhead absorption, shipping and handling allowances, and more aggressive product pricing will cause the company to report a net loss in the range of $0.