interest expense

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Noun1.interest expense - interest paid on loans
disbursal, disbursement, expense - amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
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Interest expense decreased to $20.2 million from $21.2 million for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2018.
A right-of-use asset is recognized and amortized over the lease term while interest expense is incurred on the lease liability.
(RRHI) booked P1.77 billion in first semester net profit, down by 32.4 percent from the sale period last year as non-cash interest expense on lease liability ballooned following a shift to new accounting standards.
Summary: Bank also records jump in interest expense in second quarter
Given the company's first fiscal quarter ends on July 26, the company does not expect a material change to its previously disclosed non-GAAP interest expense expectation of $200M to $210M for the first quarter.
Likewise, interest expense surged by 85.2 percent to P838.35 million due to significant increase in deposits and bills payable, particularly from the 71.1 percent jump in related interest expenses on bank deposit products to P772.56 million.
On the other hand, rent paid under a true sale-leaseback and interest expense capitalized into the basis of assets under Sections 263A and 263(g) will not be treated as interest expense.
Offsetting the increase in interest income is a $108,187, or 21.4% increase in interest expense, attributed to higher market-based deposit rates and an $8.2 million increase in total deposit balances and FHLB advances from December 31, 2017 to September 30, 2018.
The LLC deducts the interest expense as a trade or business expense.
Total interest income grew by 8.6 per cent to Sh9.56 billion but its impact on the bottom-line was more than cancelled out by an increased interest expense.
This article answers several questions taxpayers and their advisors will have about the new rules under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) for deducting business interest expense. The answers cover the operational rules, key definitions, information about covered entities, and an example of new special carryforward rules for partnerships.
The increase is due to higher interest income resulting from loan growth and lower interest expense on borrowings.