The increase in net income applicable to common shareholders for the first six months of 1999 is primarily due to a $1,222,000 increase in gross profit, which was partly offset by a $677,000 increase in selling expenses and a $296,000 increase in interest expense.
What does SE stand for?
SE stands for Selling Expenses
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The court accepted the taxpayer's inventory valuation based on catalogue list prices, less dealer discounts and selling expenses.
Selling expenses include the salary for Troy's one salesperson and costs for marketing and advertising.
office and focus on local technology companies helping to increase their government sales and reduce selling expenses by leveraging Technical Communities's revolutionary proprietary technology, deep government contracting expertise, extensive automated sales support tools and highly targeted marketing services.
expenses 13,043 13,668 14,162 Depreciation and amortization 4,942 5,714 6,288 Operating profit before selling expenses 10,196 10,590 11,914 Selling expenses(A) 12,836 13,588 14,900 Operating income (loss) ($2,640) ($2,998) ($2,986) EBITDA $2,302 $2,716 $3,302 Other Data: EBITDA less pager capex $1,880 $2,071 $2,690 Units in service(B) 1,524,297 1,684,937 1,851,445 Net subscriber additions 150,151 160,640 166,508 ARPU(C) $8.
Consolidated income statement SEKm Net sales Cost of goods sold Gross operating income Selling expenses Administrative expenses Other operating income/expenses Items affecting comparability Operating income Margin, % Financial items, net Income after financial items Margin, % Taxes Income for the period from continuing operations Income for the period from discontinued operations*) Income for the period *) For information on results for the first quarter of 2006 for Husqvarna see supplement to the prospectus for listing of Husqvarna on the Electrolux website.
Three Months Ended 9/30/95 12/31/95 3/31/96 (Unaudited) Operating Data: Recurring revenues $26,994 $30,658 $33,743 Technical expenses 6,842 7,015 7,943 G & A Expenses 11,350 12,243 12,792 Depreciation and amortization 3,469 3,910 4,248 Operating profit before selling expenses 5,333 7,490 8,760 Selling expenses (A) 10,889 11,181 11,601 Operating income (loss) $(5,556) $(3,691) $(2,841) EBITDA $(2,087) $ 219 $ 1,407 Other data: EBITDA less pager capex $(2,198) $ 121 $ 984 Units in service (B) 1,131,464 1,240,024 1,374,146 Net subscriber additions 122,781 108,560 134,122 ARPU (C) $8.
Under the procedure, the seller may be required to increase the price of the home to cover the points, but also would increase the selling expenses for points paid.