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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This noncash expense for the Company was approximately $4.
Because share-based compensation is generally a noncash expense, many companies and financial analysts ignore this expense when restating earnings.
Adjusted EBITDA (which excludes such items as noncash expense for share-based awards, indirect costs related to stock offerings, LIFO and other noncash charges) advanced 6.
x Second-quarter results include a nonrecurring, noncash expense of $1.
During 1998, the company recorded a one- time $1,711,814 noncash expense resulting from the cashless exercise of the Placement Agent's options and warrants.
Reporting the bad debts provision as a noncash expense and adding it back to net income to derive cash flows from operations under the indirect method is illustrated in the fast comprehensive example in Appendix C of SFAS No.
Excluding a one-time noncash expense of $250,757, loss from operations was ($346,178) or (.
But for the years 1996 to 2003, the cumulative noncash expense to be recorded is expected to be less than $80 million.
During the third quarter, the company recorded a one-time $1,711,814 noncash expense resulting from the cashless exercise of the Placement Agent's options and warrants.
Because this is a noncash expense, the effect on cash flows should be recognized in the reporting of cash flows from operating activities.
3 million, while adjusted EBITDA (which excludes noncash expense for share-based awards, indirect costs related to the merger and stock offerings, as well as the UFO and other noncash charges), climbed 12.
Other expense of $405,000 represents a noncash expense resulting from the change in fair value of a warrant and embedded derivatives.