Noncash Item

Noncash Item

A negotiable instrument that may be used to pay for goods and services but is not credited to the seller until it is cleared through a bank. Examples of noncash items include checks and debit cards.
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Business casual days, a noncash item, came in at number two in 2010 and in 2013, but fell to third in 2011 and 2012, when free or subsidized parking took the No.
7bn (vs the consensus figure of RUB10bn), largely supported by a noncash item relating to a reversal on Amdocs software.
The portion of stock-based compensation, a noncash item, included in general and administrative expenses was $320,000 for the year, as compared to $324,000 for 2007.
The BCF allocation is a noncash item equal to the discount to the common unit market price that is treated in the same way as a cash distribution for earnings per unit calculations.
Management believes Adjusted EBITDA to be a meaningful indicator of our performance that provides useful information to investors regarding our financial condition and results of operations because it removes material noncash items that allows investors to analyze the operating performance of the business using the same metric management uses.
The remaining restructuring charges are noncash items, primarily accelerated depreciation", added the company.
BAA, which is owned by Spain's Ferrovial, reported pounds 400 million in noncash items, reflecting an increased pension scheme deficit and the depreciation in value of Heathrow Terminals 1 and 2 due to plans for a new development.
Capturing and valuing the flow of noncash items turned out to be the biggest, but most interesting, part of the challenge.
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Northrop Grumman instead focused on the results from continuing operations and what it calls ``economic earnings,'' which strip out the impact of fluctuations in pension fund proceeds and other noncash items.
Noncash items resulting from the write-off of equipment are expected to account for more than half of the charge.
However, the new law expands the types of excess noncash items that are not subject to the distribution rules.