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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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Earnings per share can include one-time adjustments and other noncash items.
Charitable organizations that collect noncash items do not assist with communicating what is the proper documentation to claim the deduction and, in some instances, may even mislead taxpayers.
If you donate noncash items that have increased in value, such as works of art, special rules determine the amount you can deduct.
Bakers Tootie Pie Company Inc (OTCQB:TOOT) reported on Monday for the quarter ending 30 June 2011 a net loss, that includes noncash items, depreciation and amortisation, of USD238,162, compared to the income of USD228,382 for the same period in 2010.
The remaining restructuring charges are noncash items, primarily accelerated depreciation", added the company.
EBITDA and net income came lower than expected, but the company's P&L was significantly affected by nonrecurring noncash items.
Excluding all noncash items, the company had an adjusted loss of $116.
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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The noncash items and one-time charges that are not reflected in pro forma earnings are nonetheless generally important enough to be folded into stock prices.
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.