residual income

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  • The formula is often described as: the tax free cash is equal to three times the residual income.
  • Bringing in members provides IBOs with a residual income for as long as those members stay with the company.
  • The latter are represented as a residual income once the rents and wages have been paid.
  • Additionally, only credited writers typically receive residual income from future exploitation of a film on video, pay-per-view, broadcast television, etc.
  • The company allows employees to earn residual income by recruiting and managing other employees.
  • The other option would be to allow private investors to fund the expansion of the facility, thus allowing for residual income for those investors.
  • Farm ownership was nominally private, but discretion over operations and residual income were proscribed.
  • A provisional tax payer is a person or a company that had a residual income tax of more than $2500 in the previous financial year.
  • Before Earp had died, Lake signed a contract that gave the Earp's and their heirs residual income from the book's sales.
  • Other approaches along similar lines include Residual Income Valuation (RI) and residual cash flow.
  • Gage is a proponent of building passive residual income and promotes the business models of real estate investing, information entrepreneur, and network marketing.
  • In practice, within the capitalist firm, no standard procedure exists for measuring such a "productive contribution" and for distributing the residual income accordingly.
  • Further, value is recognized earlier under the RI approach, since a large part of the stock's intrinsic value is recognized immediately - current book value per share - and residual income valuations are thus less sensitive to terminal value.
  • These powerful alliances, along with the development and execution of "store-within-a-store" concepts and "residual income" business models, contributed billions of dollars in revenue and profit to the company throughout his career.
  • This gave the following definition; fuel poverty is now defined as when a household's required fuel costs are above the median level; and if they were to spend what is required, then the household would be left with a residual income below the official poverty line.
  • On Social Security Disability due to trauma to her body during stunt work, Hoffman has advocated for fair treatment for disabled stuntpeople, including correct taxation on residual income.
  • Such monitoring as is therefore necessary, however, can only be encouraged effectively if the monitor is the recipient of the activity's residual income (otherwise the monitor herself would have to be monitored, ad infinitum).
  • On page 19 of the interim report, Hill suggests redefining a fuel poor household as one that has required fuel costs that are above the median level, and were they to spend that amount, would be left with a residual income below the official poverty line.
  • Although EVA is similar to residual income, under some definitions there may be minor technical differences between EVA and RI (for example, adjustments that might be made to NOPAT before it is suitable for the formula below).
  • Residual income valuation (RIV; also, residual income model and residual income method, RIM) is an approach to equity valuation that formally accounts for the cost of equity capital.
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