Quarterly Returns

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Quarterly Returns

In securities, the amount of revenue an investment generates in a quarter as a percentage of the amount of capital invested. The quarterly returns may show the number of quarters it will take to recover one's investment. For example, if one invests $1,000 in a bond and receives $125 in the first quarter of the investment, the quarterly return rate is 12.5%, and the investor will recover his/her initial $1,000 in eight quarters.
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11 percent, and that the impact of the unrealized mark-to-market losses on its alternative investment portfolio in the first quarter, as compared to the Company's targeted 2 percent quarterly return, was expected to be a decrease of approximately $0.
The negative impact of this mark to market return shortfall in the first quarter, as compared to the Company's targeted 2% quarterly return, is approximately 83 cents in earnings per diluted share.
5%, in line with the syndicate's September 2007 quarterly return.
9 percent in the second quarter of 2015, the first negative quarterly return in three years.
23 percent in second quarter 2015 - the first negative quarterly return for mortgages since second quarter 2013.
For the first time in two years, the average quarterly return on assets for the banking industry as a whole has fallen below 1 percent, coming in at 0.
By comparison, the quarterly return on sales from ongoing business at Mercedes-Benz was 9.
To avoid this headache, there is the alternative to register with HMRC's Mini One Stop Shop scheme - or VAT MOSS - and submit a single quarterly return and VAT payment.
1 This is a quarterly return for all locations, prepared on a quarterly basis.
The first quarterly return for the device excise tax is due April 30, 2013, for the months of January, February and March, and can be filed on paper or electronically.
It also makes the job of calculating VAT and preparing your quarterly return a rather time intensive and daunting task.
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