income gearing


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  • income gearing — / ɪnkʌm ˌgɪərɪŋ/ noun the ratio of the interest a company pays on its borrowing shown as a percentage of its pretax profits (before the interest is paid) …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • gearing ratios — leverage ratios Ratios that express a company s capital gearing. There are a number of different ratios that can be calculated from either the balance sheet or the profit and loss account. Ratios based on the balance sheet usually express debt as …   Accounting dictionary

  • gearing ratios — leverage ratios Ratios that express a company s capital gearing There are a number of different ratios that can be calculated from either the balance sheet or the profit and loss account Ratios based on the balance sheet usually express debt as a …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • Negative gearing (Australia) — Negative gearing is a form of financial leverage where an investor borrows money to buy an asset, but the income generated by that asset does not cover the interest on the loan. The investor must fund the shortfall until the asset is sold, at… …   Wikipedia

  • Negative gearing — is a form of leveraged speculation in which a speculator borrows money to buy an asset, but the income generated by that asset does not cover the interest on the loan (Interest > Income). In a few countries the strategy is motivated by… …   Wikipedia

  • Negative Gearing — Borrowing money to buy an investment asset without receiving enough income from the investment to cover the interest expenses and other costs inolved in maintaining it. Depending on the investor s home country, the shortfall between income earned …   Investment dictionary

  • Passive income — is a rent received on a regular basis, with little effort required to maintain it. It is advocated by some authors, especially by Robert Kiyosaki.Some examples of passive income are: * Repeated regular income, earned by a sales person, generated… …   Wikipedia

  • negative gearing — is when an investment is purchased with the assistance of borrowed funds and where the income from that investment (after the deduction of expenses) is less than the interest commitment in the course of a year …   Financial and business terms

  • negative gearing — /nɛgətɪv ˈgɪərɪŋ/ (say neguhtiv gearring) noun a financial situation where an investor borrows against an investment or portfolio of investments, and the loan interest payments exceed the investor s income from the investment, resulting in a… …   Australian English dictionary

  • negative gearing — Fin the practice of borrowing money to invest in property or shares and claiming a tax deduction on the difference between the income and the interest repayments …   The ultimate business dictionary

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