disposition costs

disposition costs

The seller's expenses of sale.
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In connection with this decision to consolidate offices, Bank Mutual expects to incur one-time costs of approximately $650,000, composed primarily of asset disposition costs, employment severance costs, and professional fees.
TCM shifts the focus of asset management from mass refresh and disposal to lean deployment, increasing asset utilisation and minimising technology acquisition, storage and disposition costs.
The court calculated the inventory's adjusted replacement cost by deducting disposition costs and an allowance for the profit a willing buyer would expect from the inventory's aggregate retail catalog prices.
Lovell defines disposition costs as "all direct costs incurred as a result of the final disposition of an asset.
The FHA insures loans for the full principal amount outstanding, delinquent interest payments, and certain property foreclosure and disposition costs.
Specifically, these measures were adjusted for charges related to the loss on extinguishment of debt at MacArthur Center (MacArthur), Northlake Mall, The Mall at Partridge Creek, and The Mall at Wellington Green; charges related to the discontinuation of hedge accounting on the interest rate swap previously designated to hedge the MacArthur note payable; and a restructuring charge and disposition costs incurred related to the sale.
These increases were offset by higher operating expenses, disposition costs of real estate owned, and the increase in the provision for loan losses.
In connection with the closures, Bank Mutual expects to incur one-time costs of less than $600,000, composed primarily of asset disposition costs, employment severance costs, data processing costs, and professional fees.
The increase was due primarily to higher employee benefits and loan disposition costs.
Specifically, these measures were adjusted for charges related to the discontinuation of hedge accounting on the interest rate swap previously designated to hedge the MacArthur Center (MacArthur) note payable, a restructuring charge and disposition costs incurred related to the sale.
The estimated value per share does not take into account estimated disposition costs and fees for real estate properties that are not held for sale, debt prepayment penalties or swap breakage fees that could apply upon the prepayment of certain of KBS REIT II's debt obligations or termination of related swap agreements or the impact of restrictions on the assumption of debt.
31, 2004 Revenue $ 2,712,508 $ 2,780,235 Manufacturing & Operating Costs $ 2,539,065 $ 2,500,639 EBITA $ 173,443 $ 279,596 Amortization $ 71,608 $ 57,404 EBIT $ 101,835 $ 222,192 Bank Charges and Interest $ 59,268 $ 50,013 Earnings Before Other Items $ 42,567 $ 172,179 Relocation & Disposition Costs $ 0 $ 1,724 Earnings Before Tax $ 42,567 $ 170,455 Current Income Tax $ 0 $ 59,000 Future Income Tax Benefit $ 13,500 $ 1,100 Net Earnings for the Period $ 29,067 $ 110,355 Retained Earnings, Beginning of Period $ 1,806,177 $ 1,647,847 Retained Earnings, End of Period $ 1,835,244 $ 1,758,202 Net Earnings per Share - Basic and Fully diluted $ 0.
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