Adjusted Revenue definition

Adjusted Revenue means revenue less Digital Platform Fulfilment Revenue.
Adjusted Revenue means the home sales revenue of the Company, as reported in the Company’s consolidated financial statements for the relevant periods, after such adjustments thereto as the Committee deems appropriate in its sole discretion (i) to exclude the effect of extraordinary, unusual, and/or nonrecurring items, including revenues attributable to non-controlling interests not originally forecast in the Cumulative Revenue Plan, and changes in applicable accounting standards and (ii) to reflect such other factors as the Committee deems appropriate to fairly reflect revenue.
Adjusted Revenue means revenues generated by the Operators at the Projects for the period in question (and if none specified, then for the most current twelve (12) months), as determined under GAAP, but excluding (a) nonrecurring income and non-property related income (as determined by Administrative Agent in its sole discretion) and income from tenants that is classified as “bad debt” under GAAP, and (b) late fees and interest income; provided, however, if actual occupancy of the Projects, taken as a whole, exceeds 95%, Adjusted Revenue shall be proportionately reduced assuming an occupancy of 95%.

Examples of Adjusted Revenue in a sentence

  • Contribution margin is intended to measure the direct profitability of each segment and is calculated as Adjusted Revenue less directly attributable expenses.

  • On or before September 30 preceding the first Rate Year and each subsequent Rate Year thereafter, LSPG-NY shall determine its projected Net Adjusted Revenue Requirement for the upcoming Rate Year in accordance with its Formula Rate (“Annual Projection”).

  • Such True-up Adjustment will be reflected in the Annual Projection of the Net Adjusted Revenue Requirement for the 2024 Rate Year posted on or before September 30, 2023.

  • LSPG-NY shall follow the instructions specified in the Formula Rate to annually calculate its actual net adjusted revenue requirement set forth at page 1, line 5 of the Template (“Net Adjusted Revenue Requirement”).

  • Within ten (10) days of posting the projected Net Adjusted Revenue Requirement, LSPG-NY shall provide notice of such posting to the Service List.


More Definitions of Adjusted Revenue

Adjusted Revenue. For any Test Period, Net Revenue (i) minus expenses other than Specified Expenses and (ii) plus Specified Proceeds, if any; provided, however, that for purposes of calculating Adjusted Revenue, Net Revenue shall not include Gaming Revenues, Retail Sales or Promotional Allowances of any subtenants of Tenant or any deemed payments under subleases of this Master Lease, licenses or other access rights from Tenant to its operating subsidiaries. Adjusted Revenue shall be calculated on a pro forma basis to give effect to any increase or decrease in Rent as a result of the addition or removal of Leased Property to this Master Lease since the beginning of any Test Period of Tenant as if each such increase or decrease had been effected on the first day of such Test Period. Notwithstanding the foregoing, with respect to the deduction of expenses related to or arising from Onsite iGaming under subsection (i) above, only Eligible iGaming Expenses may be deducted.”
Adjusted Revenue means revenues (excluding revenues from therapy and home health services to independent and assisted living residents of the Borrowing Base Assets, other than the Included Therapy Revenue) from the Borrowing Base Assets for the period in question (and if none specified, then for the most current twelve (12) months), as determined under GAAP, as adjusted based upon definitive changes (federal or state) in the Medicare and/or Medicaid reimbursement rates, but excluding (a) nonrecurring income and non-property related income (as determined by Administrative Agent in its sole discretion) and income from tenants and/or residents that is classified as “bad debt” under generally accepted accounting principles, and (b) other revenue for such period not to exceed ten percent (10%) of the amounts included in clause (a) above for laundry, vending, parking and other occupancy payments (but excluding late fees and interest income) based upon collections for such period.
Adjusted Revenue means, with respect to the Company and its Subsidiaries for any period, the “Total Revenues, net” of the Company and its Subsidiaries for that period determined in accordance with GAAP, as adjusted by amortization of loan origination costs, provisions for loss on receivables related to membership and fee receivables, and revenue derived from products that have been phased out and non-operating income, in each case, determined in a manner consistent with the Company’s financial reporting practices in effect as of the Closing Date.
Adjusted Revenue means the amount equal to the total entry fees collected from all players (regardless of the players’ location) entering the fantasy sports contest less winnings paid to players in the contest, for the fantasy sports operator’s most recent fiscal year.
Adjusted Revenue means, with respect to any lease year, without duplication, an amount equal to all gross income and revenue of every kind and nature (whether in case or on credit or in kind) received by Tenant or an Affiliate of Tenant (as such term is defined herein) with respect to the Premises, all determined on a cash basis in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, including, without limitation, any rental, lease or other income received by Tenant or an Affiliate of Tenant with respect to subleases, concessions, licensees or other occupancy agreement.
Adjusted Revenue means revenue, adjusted to eliminate the impact of currency translation and material acquisitions and divestitures.
Adjusted Revenue means (x) all rental and other income (including any business interruption or similar proceeds) pursuant to executed Leases minus (y) (a) income from Tenants in bankruptcy unless and until such time as any such Tenants emerge from bankruptcy as an operating business without having rejected their respective leases in such bankruptcy and (b) income from Tenants in default under their respective leases after expiration of any applicable notice and cure periods with respect to the default in question.