Extraordinary Items of Income definition

Extraordinary Items of Income means any amount of income or gain included in the calculation of the net income of the Company that the Committee, in its discretion, but acting in good faith, determines to be unusual in nature; provided, however, in no event will the revenue or income from an acquisition be deemed to be unusual in nature, to the extent revenue or income from such acquisition is consolidated and included with revenue and income of the Company for reporting purposes.

Related to Extraordinary Items of Income

  • Extraordinary Items means (i) extraordinary, unusual, and/or nonrecurring items of gain or loss; (ii) gains or losses on the disposition of a business; (iii) changes in tax or accounting regulations or laws; or (iv) the effect of a merger or acquisition, all of which must be identified in the audited financial statements, including footnotes, or Management Discussion and Analysis section of the Company’s annual report.

  • Extraordinary Losses Any loss incurred on a Mortgage Loan caused by or resulting from an Extraordinary Event.

  • Extraordinary Cash Dividend means cash dividends with respect to the Class A Common Stock the aggregate amount of which in any fiscal year exceeds 10% of Consolidated EBITDA of the Corporation and its subsidiaries for the fiscal year immediately preceding the payment of such dividend.

  • Extraordinary Loss Any Realized Loss or portion thereof caused by or resulting from:

  • Extraordinary Circumstances means floods, snow, ice storms, tornadoes, earthquakes, or other

  • Source of income means an employer or successor employer, a labor organization, or another individual or entity that owes or will owe income to the payer.

  • Cumulative Consolidated Net Income means, for any period, Consolidated Net Income for such period, taken as a single accounting period. Cumulative Consolidated Net Income may be a positive or negative amount.

  • Net Income means, with respect to any Person, the net income (loss) of such Person, determined in accordance with GAAP and before any reduction in respect of Preferred Stock dividends.

  • Consolidated Cash Flow Available for Fixed Charges means, with respect to any Person for any period:

  • Cumulative Operating Cash Flow means, as at any date of determination, the positive cumulative Consolidated Operating Cash Flow realized during the period commencing on the Issue Date and ending on the last day of the most recent fiscal quarter immediately preceding the date of determination for which consolidated financial information of the Company is available or, if such cumulative Consolidated Operating Cash Flow for such period is negative, the negative amount by which cumulative Consolidated Operating Cash Flow is less than zero.

  • Operating Cash Flow means the Company’s or a business unit’s sum of Net Income plus depreciation and amortization less capital expenditures plus changes in working capital comprised of accounts receivable, inventories, other current assets, trade accounts payable, accrued expenses, product warranty, advance payments from customers and long-term accrued expenses, determined in accordance with generally acceptable accounting principles.

  • Ordinary Cash Dividends means any cash dividend or cash distribution which, when combined on a per share basis, with the per share amounts of all other cash dividends and cash distributions paid on the Common Stock during the 365-day period ending on the date of declaration of such dividend or distribution (as adjusted to appropriately reflect any of the events referred to in other subsections of this Section 4 and excluding cash dividends or cash distributions that resulted in an adjustment to the Warrant Price or to the number of shares of Common Stock issuable on exercise of each Warrant) does not exceed $0.50 (being 5% of the offering price of the Units in the Offering).

  • Extraordinary General Meeting or "EGM" means the extraordinary general meeting of the Yew Grove Shareholders (and any adjournment thereof) to be convened in connection with the Scheme, expected to be convened as soon as the preceding Scheme Meeting shall have been concluded or adjourned (it being understood that if the Scheme Meeting is adjourned, the EGM shall be correspondingly adjourned);

  • Excess Cash Flow means, for any period, an amount equal to the excess of:

  • Extraordinary Services means and includes, but not by way of limitation, services, actions and things carried out and all expenses incurred by the Fiscal Agent, in respect of or to prevent default under this Funding Loan Agreement or the Project Loan Documents, including any reasonable attorneys’ or agents’ fees and expenses and other litigation costs that are entitled to reimbursement under the terms of the Project Loan Agreement, and other actions taken and carried out by the Fiscal Agent which are not expressly set forth in this Funding Loan Agreement or the Project Loan Documents.

  • Net Income or Net Loss means, for each fiscal year or other applicable period, an amount equal to the Partnership’s net income or loss for such year or period as determined for federal income tax purposes by the Accountants, determined in accordance with Section 703(a) of the Code (for this purpose, all items of income, gain, loss or deduction required to be stated separately pursuant to Section 703(a) of the Code shall be included in taxable income or loss), with the following adjustments: (a) by including as an item of gross income any tax-exempt income received by the Partnership (b) by treating as a deductible expense any expenditure of the Partnership described in Section 705(a)(2)(B) of the Code (including amounts paid or incurred to organize the Partnership (unless an election is made pursuant to Code Section 709(b)) or to promote the sale of interests in the Partnership and by treating deductions for any losses incurred in connection with the sale or exchange of Partnership property disallowed pursuant to Section 267(a)(1) or Section 707(b) of the Code as expenditures described in Section 705(a)(2)(B) of the Code); (c) in lieu of depreciation, depletion, amortization, and other cost recovery deductions taken into account in computing total income or loss, there shall be taken into account Depreciation; (d) gain or loss resulting from any disposition of Partnership property with respect to which gain or loss is recognized for federal income tax purposes shall be computed by reference to the Gross Asset Value of such property rather than its adjusted tax basis; and (e) in the event of an adjustment of the Gross Asset Value of any Partnership asset which requires that the Capital Accounts of the Partnership be adjusted pursuant to Regulations Section 1.704-1(b)(2)(iv)(e), (f) and (m), the amount of such adjustment is to be taken into account as additional Net Income or Net Loss pursuant to Exhibit B.

  • Tax Items has the meaning set forth in Section 6.4.A hereof.

  • Extraordinary Expense shall have the meaning set forth in Section 5.1.11(e) hereof.

  • Change in Tax Classification has the meaning set forth in Section 5.2(h).

  • Operating Revenue Cash Flows means the Company’s cash flow from ownership and/or operation of (i) Properties, (ii) Loans, (iii) Permitted Investments, (iv) short-term investments, and (v) interests in Properties, Loans and Permitted Investments owned by any Joint Venture or any partnership in which the Company or the Partnership is, directly or indirectly, a co-venturer or partner.

  • Items means the finished goods or services which are intended for export from the United States, as specified in Section 4(A) of the Loan Authorization Agreement.

  • Extraordinary Receipts means any cash received by or paid to any Obligor on account of any foreign, United States, state or local tax refunds, pension plan reversions, judgments, proceeds of settlements or other consideration of any kind in connection with any cause of action, condemnation awards (and payments in lieu thereof), indemnity payments received not in the ordinary course of business and any purchase price adjustment received not in the ordinary course of business in connection with any purchase agreement and proceeds of insurance (excluding, however, for the avoidance of doubt, proceeds of any issuance of Equity Interests and issuances of Indebtedness by any Obligor); provided that Extraordinary Receipts shall not include any (x) amounts that the Borrower receives from the Administrative Agent or any Lender pursuant to Section 2.16(f), or (y) cash receipts to the extent received from proceeds of insurance, condemnation awards (or payments in lieu thereof), indemnity payments or payments in respect of judgments or settlements of claims, litigation or proceedings to the extent that such proceeds, awards or payments are received by any Person in respect of any unaffiliated third party claim against or loss by such Person and promptly applied to pay (or to reimburse such Person for its prior payment of) such claim or loss and the costs and expenses of such Person with respect thereto.

  • Cash Flow from Operations means net cash funds provided from operations, exclusive of Cash from Sales or Refinancing, of the Company or investment of any Company funds, without deduction for depreciation, but after deducting cash funds used to pay or establish a reserve for expenses, debt payments, capital improvements, and replacements and for such other items as the Board of Directors reasonably determines to be necessary or appropriate and subject to Loan Conditions.

  • Extra Expense means expense or cost incurred (1) to continue the conduct of the Assured’s business,

  • Consolidated Income Available for Fixed Charges means, with respect to any period, Consolidated Net Income for such period, plus, without duplication, all amounts deducted in the computation thereof on account of (a) Consolidated Fixed Charges and (b) Taxes imposed on or measured by income or excess profits.

  • Increased Costs of Hedging means that the Issuer has to pay a substantially higher amount of taxes, duties, expenditures and fees (with the exception of broker fees) compared to the First Trade Date in order to