Future Earnings

Future Earnings

Earnings that, if it had not been for an injury, could have been made in the future, but which were lost as result of the injury.

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We have agreed that I am to be remunerated for my course of dramatic instruction out of your future earnings on the stage.
Ant McPartlin's wife Lisa Armstrong could net up to [pounds sterling]155 million in their divorce after legal bods advised her to go for a slice of the telly favourite's future earnings.
We show that firms with high capital structure tend to have a larger volatility for future earnings or cash flows.
The chief of Germany-based Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE: DB), Josef Ackermann, has said that he is confident about future earnings at the bank.
They can be a projection of future earnings or represent earnings from the last fiscal year, an average of several years or a weighted average, in which most of the Weight is placed on the most recent years.
This strategic asset sale is a key transaction in our ongoing capital recycling program that gives AFR the ability to capture shareholder value from fully valued assets while also creating opportunities for redeployment into higher yielding assets, thus continuing future earnings growth," said Dave Nettina, chief financial officer and chief real estate officer at American Financial Realty.
It allows patients to recover for economic damages such as future medical expenses and loss of future earnings while establishing a $250,000 cap on non-economic damages, such as pain and suffering.
The authors assert, that to their knowledge, this paper is the first to apply it to an analysis of teacher retention, and the first to model the effect of teachers' future earnings opportunities in a theoretically defensible fashion.
For an operating business, however, a CPA/valuator will instead develop a projection of what the company's future earnings (cash flow) likely will be and then discount the forecast to present value.
Values assigned to other tangible assets, like widgets, and intangible assets, like patents, can reduce future earnings.
In today's volatile business environment, insurance companies need to increase transparency and minimize unexpected surprises in future earnings.
According to their calculations, based upon a wealth of previously published data, overall future earnings of children who were 2 years old in 2000 will increase between $110 billion and $318 billion, compared with their counterparts in the mid-1970s, as a result of their reduced exposure to lead in the environment.

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