personal expense, but not paying the price for having a business, such as having proper insurance or paying self-employment taxes.
For example, your contractor fails to pay his income taxes, and the IRS
in the third quarter of 2005. The year-ago quarter's bottom line included a $2.8 million tax benefit, the company said. Revenue of $232.0 million was down 3.2% from $239.6 million during the same time last year
.1% to $113.5 million, compared with $85.3 million in the same quarter of last year.
First-quarter earnings per share for 2007 included a $0.09 negative impact from the company recording a tax rate of 42
that the company engaged him for a second, larger project, to create an accounting and tax system for a financial management instrument called a Delaware Business Trust. Because of Myers' track record and background
.6% at Cross Country in the third quarter of 2006. But its stock went up following the earnings news, as profit before a legal payout exceeded analysts' expectations. The company said profit was hit by an after-tax
to be acquired by affiliates of the Angelo Gordon & Co. for between $11.35 and $11.50 per share (based on earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization).
NHHC asked for a financing commitment
revenue and improved margins between bill and pay rates. Larger companies scored much more gross margin improvement than midsize or smaller companies. Likewise, earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation