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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Market participants--analysts, brokers, investors--appear to focus on cash earnings disclosures that exclude noncash charges for goodwill amortization.
a manufacturer of metal casual furniture, futons and accessories, RTA and contract seating, has reported it will record pretax restructuring and noncash charges totaling $9.
The current quarter net loss included pretax, noncash charges for inventory impairments and land option contract abandonments of $13.
One-time noncash charges were a little higher than expected, but pre-cash flow was solid, so reported results "almost exactly" met expectations, he said.
It will also incur noncash charges of approximately $25 million, substantially all in the fourth quarter of 2008, associated with the writeoff of manufacturing and development equipment and leasehold improvements of the Marlboro pilot facility.
0 million for the quarter, mainly due to noncash charges of $77.
It shouldn't try to develop noncash charges that essentially don't provide financial statement users with any useful information," he told the Journal.
The Company indicated that the aggregate pre-tax amount of these noncash charges could approximate $66 million, and that the net payments to be made in the U.
Results for both periods included significant pretax, noncash charges for inventory and joint venture impairments and land option contract abandonments, and after-tax charges to record valuation allowances against the deferred tax assets generated from the losses.
8 million before tax) of primarily noncash charges in the period, on revenues of $54.
Included in the current quarter net loss were pretax, noncash charges for inventory and joint venture impairments and land option contract abandonments of $32.