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What is Throughput Accounting?

Throughput Accounting (TA) can be understood as a simplified accounting system based on Theory of Constraints (ToC) principles. TA makes growth-driven management and decision making simpler and understandable even for people not familiar with traditional accounting. 656 more words

Theory Of Constraints

Operating Expense - Financial Model for IT Based Startup

The operating expenses of a business a routine direct or indirect expense to keep the routine operations up. The are incurred after the project starts, i.e. 42 more words

Lease Insurance - Indemnification and Waiver of Subrogation

Most every commercial lease contains a provision requiring both the tenant and the landlord to buy insurance.  Typically, several forms of insurance are required, including Commercial General Liability, Physical Damage, Workers Compensation, and Business Interruption… 392 more words

Tenant Representation

Operating Expenses in Commercial Leases

Most commercial leases require the tenant to pay each month, in addition to the fixed rent, a percentage of the property’s “operating expenses”.   These expenses may also be called “common area maintenance” expenses or other similar names.  272 more words

Small Businesses

Financial Ratio Analysis: Operating Ratio

This establishes the relation between the Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) and other operating and sales and is represented by the below relation.

This indicates the % of sales consumed by the operating cost.

Financial Ratio Analysis