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  • adj. In a form other than cash; thus often in kind


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non- +‎ cash


  • The charges are noncash, meaning companies won't have to write a check, but ultimately their tax bills will be higher without a change in tax treatment of the drug-benefit subsidy, assuming their benefits don't change.

    Boeing Expects $150 Million Health-Care Charge

  • The charges are "noncash," meaning companies don't have to write a check.

    T Joins in Health Charges

  • ENI strips out items such as noncash charges for vesting equity-based compensation and the amortization of intangible assets.

    Reuters: Top News

  • When we adjust for items such as noncash stock compensation expense, noncash tower rent, noncash spectrum lease expense, and Sprint transaction expenses our adjusted EBITDA loss for the quarter was $72.9 million versus $84.1 million in 3Q07. Home Page

  • This will necessitate a noncash charge of $713 million to write down these assets to their estimated fair values.

    AMR to Write Down Some Aircraft

  • The company reported a for fiscal 2011 loss of A$131.9 million, which it said was due mainly to the impact of noncash impairment charges and restructuring costs.

    Pacific Brands Approached by KKR

  • As a result of the deal, AIG expects to take a noncash pretax goodwill impairment charge of about $1.2 billion in the third quarter.

    Prudential to Pay $4.8 Billion for AIG Units

  • Core earnings per share, a measure of profitability that excludes noncash expenses and other items, is expected to rise about 15%.

    Bayer Delivers a Mixed Bag

  • What the SEC did require, however, was that a publicly traded company insert a statement in the financial footnotes that described the "noncash expenses" associated with backdated stock options.

    Michael Santos: Greg Reyes, Former CEO of Brocade, Was Betrayed

  • He used an elegant and particularly effective analogy that would help readers understand the absurdity of "noncash" expenses, showing exactly why noncash expenses were immaterial to investor decisions.

    Michael Santos: Greg Reyes, Former CEO of Brocade, Was Betrayed


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