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profit

the amount by which income exceeds expenditure.

profit sharing
profit sharing between a professional and a lay person is illegal in most countries because it is considered to be improper for a nonveterinarian to have any authority over the quality and style of the work of a professional person.
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In their researches accruals can be used as a tool for earning quality assessment and the quality of accruals is the criterion for proximity of accounting profit to cash.
Alternatively, from the second quarter 2003 to first quarter 2005, accounting profits ranged from 7% to 12% and averaged 9%.
Accounting profit measures ignore the cost of equity capital, which is usually much more significant than the cost of debt capital.
This constraint requires non-negative accounting profit given by (21).
Unfortunately, there are two other differences between accounting profit and economic profit that go in the other direction, so the overall direction of bias is unknown.
Accounting for deferred tax is an application of the accruals concept--matching the tax expense with the accounting profit to which it relates.
Are the definitions referring to accounting profit or economic profit?
Let's see if we can't transform a $5,075 operating loss for We-R-The-Best division (Figure 1) into an accounting profit with a few accounting tricks.
Q2: How does EVA compare to accounting profit in terms of association with stock return?
Lindsay Dodsworth, tax partner at Ernst &Young, warned that proposals to allow small companies to pay tax on the basis of their accounting profit would backfire.
Companies carrying on information and communication technology business can exclude costs and expenses of training people in software development from their accounting profit.
26 per share, resulting in an estimated accounting profit of R6.

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