Non-Cash Charge

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Non-Cash Charge

Any charge to a company that does not result in a cash outlay. Examples of non-cash charges include depreciation and amortization. For example, depreciation reduces the value of an asset but does not require a reduction in the cash on hand. A non-cash charge reduces a company's earnings.
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Adjusted EBITDA generally represents cash proceeds on our owned charged-off receivables plus the contribution of our other business activities less operating expenses (other than non-cash expenses, such as depreciation and amortization) as adjusted.
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The net loss for the third quarter without non-cash expenses associated with the issuance of warrants and the sale of a building would have been $10.
2 million (including a non-cash expense of $342,000 related to stock based compensation) or $0.
19 per share) of non-cash expenses in the fourth quarter and $1,813,000 ($.
The Company expects selling, general and administrative expenses to be in the range of $14 to $16 million in 2007, including a non-cash expense of $3 to $4 million related to the impact of expensing share-based payments, including employee stock options.
5 million of non-cash expense attributable to an asset impairment write-down of software acquired from PyX Technologies;
106 will require the company to recognize a pretax charge in the range of $290 to $310 million to account for the prior service cost of retiree health care and life insurance benefits and an additional ongoing non-cash expense in the range of $4 to $5 million each quarter beginning in the first quarter of 1993.
A significant portion of the increased costs reflect allocation to these categories of non-cash expense relating to stock options as required under Statement on Financial Accounting Standard 123R (SFAS 123R).
The incremental ongoing annual non-cash expense in 1992 associated with the accounting standard amounts to $48 million after tax, or $0.
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