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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According to proposed regulations, for purposes of the straddle interest and carrying charges rules "personal property" means property, whether or not actively traded, that is not real property; for this purpose a position in personal property may itself be property.
The article also explains that many companies are using a cost of capital that significantly understates the inventory capital carrying charge and thereby leads to nonoptimal decisions in such areas as transportation, sourcing, and network design.
In that instance, a credit or debit should specifically be applied to the carrying charges of a particular item, or applied generally, if purchase discounts would otherwise be unavailable.
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.
He predicted that interest rates and the availability of credit will influence would-be buyers more than increasing carrying charges.
312(n)(1) also requires capitalization of "construction period carrying charges," which include (1) interest on debt incurred or continued to acquire, construct or carry property, (2) property taxes and (3) similar carrying charges to the extent such charges are attributable to the property's construction period.
Debt carrying charges associated with these bonds is expected to be offset by additional revenue generated by the increase in occupied beds.
Chatterjee was carrying charges of with culpable homicide not amounting to murder on his head.
For more than a year, we had to pay mortgage fees and carrying charges on an apartment we no longer needed or wanted.
If the corporation rents the land to the farmer, the loss will be passive and the corporation will be able to deduct only $2,400 (the amount of the rental income) of the carrying charges on the land.