Interest and carrying charges
properly allocable to personal property that is part of a straddle means the excess of interest and carrying charges
(as defined below) over the allowable income offsets (as defined below).
Therefore, a long-term cost of capital should be used in calculating the inventory carrying charge
The total costs of inventory are the sum of the carrying charges
and the ordering costs.
The specific rules governing operating costs and carrying charges
were not changed by the 1986 Tax Act.
The impact of delinquent owners is much more severe for smaller condo buildings, which can see double-digit increases in carrying charges
to cover shortfalls, said Cholst.
3 billion will be pursued to the extent internal funding sources are sufficient, including state support, and/or system campuses have the capacity to service carrying charges
associated with external sources of financing.
Elevator co-op has full-time superintendent, laundry room and low carrying charges
These fees may, however, be capitalized as carrying charges
15 times (x) over the past five years; the broadening of pledged revenues in conjunction with issuance of the bonds is expected to offset the increase in debt carrying charges
2 million fourth pledge of carrying charges
for The Ansonia, a 398-unit condominium located at 2109 Broadway in Manhattan.
Continued favorable trends in health system operations, student demand, and research funding enabling the university to generate surpluses sufficient to service its increased debt carrying charges
Fourth, The Sycamore's 421A-tax abatement program effectively reduces the monthly carrying charges
over a 10-year period.