nonrecurring


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nonrecurring

(ˌnɒnrɪˈkɜːrɪŋ) or

nonrecurrent

adj
not recurring
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6 billion in net profit last year, down by 4 percent due mostly to nonrecurring losses from asset impairment and debt prepayment costs.
31 December 2013 is the deadline for payment of nonrecurring compensation to the citizens who made deposits to the USSR Saving Bank at the territory of Azerbaijan Republic and their heirs.
During the first quarter of 2008, Simmons recorded earnings of 18 cents per share for nonrecurring items related to Visa Inc.
Metro's bottom line included several nonrecurring items consisting mainly of integration and rationalization costs associated with the company's acquisition of A&P Canada.
Excluding $5 million in nonrecurring third quarter 2004 sales generated by new new drinking water regulations in Japan, sales gained 8%.
The treatment (inclusion or exclusion) of nonrecurring items (e.
In contrast, and largely by default, financial literates' memories impound information from the business press, which seems to emphasize nonrecurring items.
These results include the effect of certain nonrecurring charges recorded in connection with a previously announced reorganization.
5 million before nonrecurring charges in the third quarter, compared with $71.
Since nonrecurring expenses are deductible under section 162 if they are ordinary and necessary, Sklar, Greensteen & Scheer could deduct the litigation expenses.
In the early stages of planning, nonrecurring transactions that may have an impact on earnings in the coming year should be identified.