This study also found that reducing operating expenses
Typically, the landlord will require that the tenant pay the operating expense
billing first or be held in monetary default and challenge it later.
Figure 41: Company S,G&A operating expense
ratio analysis (% total revenues), 2002-06e
A) A Stop is the escalation method in which a fixed dollar amount for operating expenses
is established as a landlord's obligation, with all expenses incurred above that point being the tenant's responsibility.
Many nonprofits have relied on endowment income to help pay operating expenses
and debt payments.
Elimination of AMT issues: A partner in an investment partnership cannot deduct any of his share of the partnership's operating expenses
against the alternative minimum tax (AMT) because the deductions are treated as miscellaneous itemized deductions, not deductible when computing the AMT.
We have also seen a significant increase in operating expenses
over the last five years," added Coutts, who attributes some of this to the added security in buildings post 9/11, as well as the high cost of operating state-of-the-art new office buildings.
DOCUMENTING INCOME LOST BECAUSE of a business disaster involves a computation with four components: projected net income, operating expenses
not incurred, income earned since the disaster and extraordinary expenses incurred because of the disaster.
for high-rise condominiums (17 percent of the survey sample) increased 17.
Also critical is a good internal information system that provides up-to-date and detailed monitoring of operating expenses
also include non-cash compensation charges relating to stock options of $1.
declined 29% to $613,587 for the three month period, and declined 13% to $2,300,647 for the nine month period.