If a company reinvests the proceeds from the exercised stock options, it will increase net income because the reinvested proceeds earn a rate of return.
1) when the company reinvests proceeds to offset dilutive effects from exercised stock options.
Samaraie suggested that Iraq would pay the compensation to Kuwait on the condition that Kuwait in turn would reinvests
the funds in Iraq.
The Koch family reinvests 90 percent of the earnings back into the company.
It reinvests 80-85 percent of its roughly $3 billion in cash flow, while paying out modest dividends.
Because he reinvests
all of his fund distributions, Kelly faces a hefty tax bill when he files his tax return this year.
He will not recognize the $18,000 gain allocable to his personal residence, as long as he reinvests
at least $130,500 in a replacement residence within two years.
To postpone the tax on the $900,000 gain, Hannah reinvests
the proceeds in a portfolio of stocks and bonds in U.
within the Brand a Portion of Paid out Expenditures
If a taxpayer reinvests
the net proceeds of the sale of the old residence into a new residence within a period that begins tow years before the sale of the old residence and ends tow years after the sale of the old residence, and moves into the new residence within the dame time period, any gain is postponed.
How dividends are reinvested
-the Wilshire 5000 Total Market Index reinvests
dividends on the ex-dividend date back into the Index; whereas, the Average Performance of Stocks Rated A-F treats dividends as non-interest bearing cash for the remainder of the holding period.
If Julie reinvests
less than the amount realized, she will have to recognize a portion of the gain in 1991.