noncash

noncash

(ˌnɒnˈkæʃ)
adj
(Banking & Finance) finance relating to any transaction in which cash is not directly involved or exchanged
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The proposed P14.147-billion Corporate Operating Budget of NEA for 2020 includes noncash item, which is the conversion of national government (NG) advances into subsidy amounting to P10.869 billion, of which, P1.746 billion will be financed by the NEA's internally generated funds, P1.531 billion as subsidy from the NG and the P10.869 billion representing noncash subsidy for the conversion of NG advances.
(2)First quarter 2019 after-tax special items include a $345 million noncash settlement charge related to the transfer of pension assets and liabilities through the purchase of a group annuity contract, a $15 million legal charge and a $9 million charge related to the early extinguishment of debt.
The officials of the Power Division briefed the committee about cash and noncash settlement for power sector.
AB 1181 by Assembly member Monique Limon proposes new standards for how charitable organizations- and the CPAs who work with them value noncash gift-in-kind contributions and how they are reflected on their financial find lax records.
The transaction is expected to result in a material increase to PVH's 2019 earnings per share on a GAAP basis, as PVH expects to record a noncash gain to write-up to fair value its equity investments in Gazal and PVH Brands Australia Pty Ltd.
The problem is particularly acute for noncash charitable contributions, including donated items and unreimbursed charitable expenses.
Blair, JD, on "What Appraisers Need to Know about the Final 1RS Regulations on Substantiation of Noncash Charitable Deductions." This article describes the latest 1RS requirements related to valuation of noncash donations as well as the IRS's parameters for "qualified appraisals" and "qualified appraisers."
The California Attorney General's Office issued cease-and-desist orders against three charities that it claims were deceptive in fundraising solicitations because they portrayed program spending percentages as inaccurately high as a result of including noncash contributions.
The company reported an operating loss of $193.8 million compared to earnings of $29.9 million in the prior-year quarter, driven by noncash goodwill and asset impairment charges.
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is seeking comments on its plan to amend its gifts, gratuities and noncash compensation rules.
Each year, taxpayers turn in completed tax organizers noting amounts claimed for noncash contributions.