exceptional income

exceptional income

A UK term of art for cash and other income provided by sources outside of an institution or organisation—e.g., from Primary Care Trusts.
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Excluding this exceptional income item, net income was marginally up on the prior year despite an increase in expenses associated with GIB's new retail bank launched in Saudi Arabia in December 2014.
Excluding this exceptional income item, net income was marginally up on the prior year despite an increase in expenses associated with GIB's new innovative retail bank launched in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in December 2014.
It is intended to provide a fuller update in the Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 30 June 2015 where the amounts recovered to date will be reported as exceptional income outside of normal operating profits.
Excluding the exceptional income items, net income was $14.
Excluding that exceptional income, the company was still posting an operational loss, which reached 810 million euros for the quarter.
Excluding these exceptional income items, net income was $7.
Since then, FTS Leap Billing has enabled Camtel to develop exceptional income opportunities via an improved subscriber experience and effective customer support, leading to enhanced customer satisfaction.
The firm said that lower cost of operations, coupled with an exceptional income, contributed to the net profit surge.
Excluding this one off exceptional income item, net interest income was up on the prior year.
Additionally, individual disability income insurance can go with you if you switch jobs or stop working full time, and it can provide coverage of exceptional income if you are a specialist in your field and are paid extra for your skills.
Located across the St is Main Beach and draws exceptional income during the summer mos.
96m, largely on the back of extra depreciation in 2007 and unfavourable comparison against exceptional income of pounds 4.
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