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n the production costs required to be expended by the dental professional to practice the profession (e.g., rent, utilities, salaries, laundry). Costs include any involved with management, supplies, equipment, salaries (taxes), and maintenance. Amounts deducted from the gross receipts of a dental practice before the dental professional's net income (take-home pay) is received.
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A percentage is a more meaningful indicator of financial health because it measures Overheads in relation to Revenue.
Perhaps it would be better to decide on an acceptable Overheads Percentage and strive for that rather than just focusing on Revenue and ending up with less profit for more headaches.
Our past presentations involved a complex process of producing overhead transparencies.
One reason for this is that in the case of a takeover or buyout, stock prices and interest payments determine the amounts that the corporation can spend on overhead.
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Using this approach, the overhead percentage can be calculated by dividing total overheads (for a year) by an allocation base.
Section overheads (SOH): Overview of the purpose of the Section Overhead (SOH) bytes in an STM-1 frame in terms of frame alignment, error checking, data communications
Path overhead (POH): Review of the role of Section Overheads (SOH) of an STM frame
Because of the close association with the testing of the Sienna, Accent Presentations has become one of the first service bureaus in the country to purchase the Sienna FotoPrint 2000 and offer high quality digital prints and overheads to clients.
The DF-20 eliminates the single biggest hassle associated with overheads since they were first introduced -- the invisible chain that bound presenters to the side of the overhead
With the debt-equity conversion, Search would be able to leverage its growth so that revenues adequately exceed overheads.
As features and functionality increase, and price and size decrease, these devices are migrating from merely replacing overhead projectors to connecting the four-walled classrooms to the outside world.