Fixed Charges


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Fixed Charges

Costs that do not vary with changes in output and would continue even if a firm produced no output at all, such as most management expenses, interests on bonded debt, depreciation, property taxes, and other irreducible overhead.

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The new total fixed charge will be $15 through September, then $20.
There was a debenture over the company's assets which purported to create a fixed charge on the book debts outstanding on the receivers' appointment.
NTT East and NTT West also unveiled plans to offer similar fixed charges for Internet users via analog services by the summer of 2000.
Full-service hotels, the predominant type in the hospitality industry, showed an income before fixed charges of 21A percent of revenues, or $26.
For the next 12 to 24 months, Fitch projects that fixed charge coverage will approach the mid to high 2.
Going forward, Fitch will analyze FR's earnings (including and excluding the effects of gains on sale) relative to fixed charges, as well as the company's risk-adjusted earnings in relation to fixed charges.
After taking into account the costs of issue for the new securities and the premiums and other costs associated with the redemptions, the Company will realize savings in fixed charges on the securities redeemed with a net present value totaling about $5.
12), and income before fixed charges on a per occupied room night basis ($29.
The impact of the PRIDES issuance on AmerUs Group's financial leverage and fixed charge coverage is negligible.
Best also expects the holding company to maintain sufficient cash to support its ongoing fixed charges over the near to medium term.
For the fiscal year ended 12/31/02, AGLR's debt to capitalization ratio approximated 56% with cash flow coverage of fixed charges of about 4.
Funds from operations cover fixed charges plus common dividends by slightly less than 1.