net operating income

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Income after deducting operating expenses but before deducting for income taxes, interest, and depreciation and amortization
the remaining income from a property's operations after deducting a provision for vacancy, fixed and operating expenses
(NOI) = Annual Gross Income minus all operating expenses (including property taxes, maintenance, vacancies, utilities etc ), but before financing or mortgage payments (annual debt service) are deducted This is often referred to as the "net" from the property
The profit of the company before the appropriations detailed in the income statement Most income statements begin with a statement of the company’s turnover, which is not arithmetically related to the rest of the income statement The next figure is net operating income from which the interest paid extraordinary items, taxation, transfer to reserve, preference and ordinary dividends are subtracted to arrive at the retained income for the year
The effective gross income from a property minus operating expenses
The balance remaining after deduction of operating expenses from gross receipts and gross rental, but not including the deducting of debt service on mortgages Free and clear return on property is calculated by the ratio of NOI to total investment including mortgages and equity This gives a direct means of comparing the return on different properties
The income projected for an income-producing property after deducting losses for vacancy, collection and operating expenses
The income from a property or business left over after the costs of operating the property or business have been paid
The gross income of income property minus the vacancies and allowable expenses equals the net income Also the net profit of a business
The actual or anticipated net income that remains after all operating expenses are deducted from effective gross income, but before mortgage debt service and book depreciation are deducted
Effective gross revenue less operating expenses
Income after deducting for operating expenses but before deducting for income taxes and interest
The balance remaining after deduction of operating expenses from gross receipts and gross rental, but not including the deduction of debt service on mortgages Free and clear return on property is calculated by the ratio of NOI to total investment including mortgages and equity This gives a direct means of comparing the return on different properties
income from property or business after operating expenses have been deducted, but income taxes and financing expenses (interest and principal payments)
The amount left after subtracting vacancy and collection losses and property operating expenses, including property insurance and taxes, from an income property's gross potential rental income
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net income
Gross profit minus operating expenses and taxes
net income
The profit left for the owners, after all costs, expenses, interest and taxes have been paid
net income
>> The difference between adjusted gross income and operating expenses May or may not include depreciation
net income
The amount remaining when expenses are deducted from gross income
net income
Income after all expenses and taxes have been deducted
net income
Income after all expenses and taxes have been deducted, and used in calculating a variety of profitability and stock performance measures
net income
The amount left after the total expenses are subtracted from gross profit
net income
Excess or deficit of total revenues and gains compared with total expenses and losses for an accounting period See also: Income Statement (IS) Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
net income
A company's total revenue less total expenses, showing what a company earned (or lost, called net loss) for a set period, usually one year Listed often literally as the "bottom line" on the statement of earnings Also called net earnings and net profit
net income
The company's total earnings, reflecting revenues adjusted for costs of doing business, depreciation, interest, taxes, and other expenses
net income
The balance remaining to the LEA after deducting from the gross revenue for a given period all operating expense and income deductions during the same period
net income
Your take-home pay after taxes and other deductions It is the amount of money that you actually received in your paycheck
net income
The company's total earnings, reflecting revenues adjusted for costs of doing business, depreciation, interest, taxes and other expenses
net income
Gross profit minus business expenses, minus interest expensesm minus taxes A loss results when expenses exceed revenues
net income
For a business, same as net profit For an individual, gross income minus incurred expenses, used to calculate income tax owed also called bottom line
net income
Also referred to as NET PROFIT or NET EARNINGS The earnings of an organisation after deducting taxation and all other expenses This is obviously an important measure of a company’s performance, but you should remember to allow for the inflation rate when comparing one year’s net income with another’s
net income
Also known as the bottom line, this is the profit a company realizes after all costs, expenses and taxes have been paid It is calculated by subtracting business, depreciation, interest and tax costs from revenues Investors often pay too much attention to net income, the calculation of which can be easily manipulated by accountants A better measure of corporate growth, some analysts say, is cash flow Net income is also called earnings or net profit BACK TO TOP
net income
The final earnings or profit that is left after all expenses have been subtracted from Total Revenues (a)
net income
The difference between a business's total revenues and its total expenses or the profit of the company
net income
tax-free income, income remaining after taxes and other payments are deducted
net income
The amount of money left over after all costs and expenses have been paid
net income
-The amount of money left from a paycheck after taxes and expenses are paid
net income
Total income less total expenses
net income
the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
net income
Income after taxes, deductions, and allowances have been subtracted from gross income
net income
A measure of the overall performance of a business entity; equal to revenues minus expenses for the period
net income
As relates to the food stamp program, net monthly income is an amount calculated for each food stamp household that, together with its size, effectively determines its food stamp benefit It is calculated by reducing the household's total cash monthly income by a series of deductions The lower a household's net income, the larger its food stamp benefit
net operating income

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