Actual Amounts definition

Actual Amounts has the meaning set forth in Section 2.8(b)(ii).
Actual Amounts shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.07(e).
Actual Amounts is defined in Section 9.3.2.

Examples of Actual Amounts in a sentence

  • As previously explained, the AMRCD differs from the MRCD in two ways: (1) it incorporates an administrative change, reflecting that the City will be issuing payments to Claimants for the backpay portions of their awards, from which required withholdings will be made, and the Claims Administrator will be issuing payments to claimants for the fringe benefits and interest portions of their awards; and (2) it includes certain amended attachments.

  • A separate Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts (SCBAA) is prepared since the budget and the financial statements are not prepared on comparable basis.

  • Presentation differences occurred due to differences in the format and classification methods adopted for presentation of the Cash Flow Statement and the Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts, including the use of the budget rate of exchange in the Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts.

  • As a result of the adoption of the cash basis for budgeting purposes, a separate Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts is presented showing the basis, timing or entity differences.

  • When the budget and financial statements are not prepared on a comparable basis, a separate Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts is presented.

  • The operating results and state of affairs of the municipality are fully set out in the attached annual financial statements and fully elaborated in the Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts.

  • Refer to the Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts.

  • All material differences are explained in the Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts to the annual financial statements.

  • The Statement of Financial Position (Statement I), Statement of Financial Performance (Statement II), Statement of Changes in Net Assets/Equity (Statement III), and Statement of Cash Flow (Statement IV) are prepared on a full accrual basis, whereas the Statement of Comparison of Budget and Actual Amounts (Statement V) is established on a modified cash basis (i.e. actual expenses are used to measure the budget utilization).

  • Textbook publishers survive by selling copies of their creative works – which remain their intellectual property… in other words, the textbooks they have published.

Related to Actual Amounts

  • Accrual Amount With respect to any Class of Accrual Certificates and any Distribution Date prior to the Accrual Termination Date, the amount allocable to interest on such Class of Accrual Certificates with respect to such Distribution Date pursuant to Section 4.02(a)(ii).

  • Class X Notional Amount As of any date of determination, the sum of the then Component Notional Amounts of all the Components.

  • Interest Accrual Amount As to any Distribution Date and any Class of Class A Certificates (other than the Class A-PO Certificates), (a) the product of (i) 1/12th of the Class A Pass-Through Rate for such Class and (ii) the Principal Balance of such Class as of the Determination Date preceding such Distribution Date minus (b) the Class A Interest Percentage of such Class of (i) any Non-Supported Interest Shortfall allocated to the Class A Certificates with respect to such Distribution Date, (ii) the interest portion of any Excess Special Hazard Losses, Excess Fraud Losses and Excess Bankruptcy Losses allocated to the Class A Certificates with respect to such Distribution Date pursuant to Section 4.02(e) and (iii) the interest portion of any Realized Losses (other than Excess Special Hazard Losses, Excess Fraud Losses and Excess Bankruptcy Losses) allocated to the Class A Certificates on or after the Cross-Over Date pursuant to Section 4.02(e). The Class A-PO Certificates have no Interest Accrual Amount. As to any Distribution Date and any Class of Class B Certificates, an amount equal to (i) the product of 1/12th of the Class B Pass-Through Rate and the Principal Balance of such Class as of the Determination Date preceding such Distribution Date minus (ii) the Class B Interest Percentage of such Class of (x) any Non-Supported Interest Shortfall allocated to the Class B Certificates with respect to such Distribution Date and (y) the interest portion of any Excess Special Hazard Losses, Excess Fraud Losses and Excess Bankruptcy Losses allocated to the Class B Certificates with respect to such Distribution Date pursuant to Section 4.02(e).

  • Class X-A Notional Amount With respect to the Class X-A Certificates as of any date of determination, the sum of the Component Notional Amounts of the Class X-A Components.

  • Notional Amount With respect to any Class or Subclass of Interest Only Certificates, an amount used as the principal basis for the calculation of any interest payment amount, as more specifically defined in the Series Supplement.

  • Class X-D Notional Amount With respect to the Class X-D Certificates as of any date of determination, the sum of the Component Notional Amounts of the Class X-D Components.

  • Class A-X Notional Amount With respect to any Distribution Date, an amount equal to the aggregate Scheduled Principal Balance of the Non-Discount Mortgage Loans.

  • Class X-B Notional Amount With respect to the Class X-B Certificates as of any date of determination, the sum of the Component Notional Amounts of the Class X-B Components.

  • Class Notional Amount Not applicable.

  • Swap Notional Amount With respect to any Distribution Date is the amount set forth on Schedule II attached hereto with respect to such Distribution Date.

  • Residual Amount means for any Weekly Allocation Date with respect to any Quarterly Collection Period the amount, if any, by which the amount allocated to the Collection Account on such Weekly Allocation Date exceeds the sum of the amounts to be paid and/or allocated on such Weekly Allocation Date pursuant to priorities (i) through (xxviii) of the Priority of Payments.

  • Differential Amount means the Differential Amount as calculated or, respectively, specified by the Calculation Agent pursuant to § 4 of the Special Conditions.

  • Aggregate Nominal Amount means the aggregate nominal amount of the Securities set out in the relevant Final Terms.

  • Nominal Amount means the Nominal Amount as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data.

  • Additional Amount Payment means a payment to a Holder of MuniFund Term Preferred Shares of an amount which, when taken together with the aggregate amount of Taxable Allocations made to such Holder to which such Additional Amount Payment relates, would cause such Holder’s dividends in dollars (after federal income tax consequences) from the aggregate of such Taxable Allocations and the related Additional Amount Payment to be equal to the dollar amount of the dividends that would have been received by such Holder if the amount of such aggregate Taxable Allocations would have been excludable (for federal income tax purposes) from the gross income of such Holder. Such Additional Amount Payment shall be calculated (i) without A-1 consideration being given to the time value of money; (ii) assuming that no Holder of MuniFund Term Preferred Shares is subject to the federal alternative minimum tax with respect to dividends received from the Fund; and (iii) assuming that each Taxable Allocation and each Additional Amount Payment (except to the extent such Additional Amount Payment is designated as an exempt-interest dividend under Section 852(b)(5) of the Code) would be taxable in the hands of each Holder of MuniFund Term Preferred Shares at the maximum marginal regular federal individual income tax rate applicable to ordinary income or net capital gains, as applicable, or the maximum marginal regular federal corporate income tax rate applicable to ordinary income or net capital gains, as applicable, whichever is greater, in effect at the time such Additional Amount Payment is paid.

  • Component Notional Amount Not applicable.

  • Additional Amount means, with respect to Trust Securities of a given Liquidation Amount and/or a given period, the amount of Additional Interest (as defined in the Indenture) paid by the Depositor on a Like Amount of Debentures for such period.

  • Withheld Amounts shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 3.

  • Certificate Notional Amount With respect to any Interest Only Certificate, as of any date of determination, the then notional principal amount on which such Certificate accrues interest, equal to the product of (a) the then Certificate Factor for the Class of Interest Only Certificates to which such Certificate belongs, multiplied by (b) the amount specified on the face of such Certificate as the initial Certificate Notional Amount thereof.

  • Reimbursement Amounts As defined in Section 3.22.

  • Transaction Notional Amount means (A) in respect of any Transaction that is a cross currency hedge, the Base Currency Equivalent of the Currency Amount applicable to Party A’s payment obligations and (B) in respect of any other Transaction, the Base Currency Equivalent of the Notional Amount.

  • Class B Interest Accrual Amount With respect to any Distribution Date, the sum of the Interest Accrual Amounts for the Classes of Class B Certificates with respect to such Distribution Date.

  • Notional Amount Certificates As specified in the Preliminary Statement.

  • Original Amount with respect to an Equipment Note, means the stated original principal amount of such Equipment Note and, with respect to all Equipment Notes, means the aggregate stated original principal amounts of all Equipment Notes.

  • Outstanding Nominal Amount means the Nominal Amount less any repayments and amortisations made.

  • Total Nominal Amount means the total aggregate Nominal Amount of the Bonds outstanding at the relevant time.