Carrying Charges


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Carrying Charges

Payments made to satisfy expenses incurred as a result of ownership of property, such as land taxes and mortgage payments. Disbursements paid to creditors, in addition to interest, for extending credit.

Consumer Protection laws require full disclosure of all carrying charges.

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The total costs of inventory are the sum of the carrying charges and the ordering costs.
The significant point, however, is that only taxpayers in the first category can fully deduct all operating expenses and carrying charges related to their timber activity against income from any source each year as incurred.
SIGNIFICANT INCREASE IN DEBT: Rates are expected to rise over the next five years to meet the already high debt carrying charges and expected issuance of additional bonds.
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.
2 million decrease is primarily due to the First Choice and TNMP variances described above (before taxes), including accrued recovery of carrying charges.
6 million increase is primarily due to the variances described above (before taxes), including accrued interest represented by carrying charges.
266-1(c) provide for an election to capitalize taxes and carrying charges incurred on certain real and personal property.
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.
Solectron's total claim, including the cost of materials and asserted carrying charges, was approximately US $14.
This allows them to free up capital and get rid of negative carrying charges.
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.
The $527 million pre-tax write-off of deferred energy charges and related carrying charges resulted from decisions by regulators to disallow the recovery of a significant portion of purchased power and gas costs incurred by the company's utility subsidiaries, Nevada Power Company and Sierra Pacific Power Company.