OHE

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OHEOffice of Health Equity (various locations)
OHEOptimal Healing Environment
OHEOmron Healthcare Europe (Netherlands)
OHEOffice of Health Economics (London, UK)
OHEOut of Home Entertainment
OHEOvariohysterectomy (spay)
OHEOur House East (Boston, MA)
OHEOnline Higher Education (various organizations)
OHEOver Head Equipment (electrical traction)
OHEOrdnance Handling Equipment
OHEO'Gara Hess & Eisenhardt
OHEOffice of Health Education (various schools)
OHEOffice of the Housing Expediter (USA)
OHEOverhauled Exchange (remanufactured aircraft engines)
OHEOffice of Hanford Environment
OHEOverhead Expense
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The Business Overhead Expense plan will reimburse you for covered overhead expenses in the event you suffer a total or partial disability.
Figure 2: Overhead Expense Summary Expense Included Costs % Share Component of Overhead Expenses Non-Professional Base salary and 35% Staff Pay incentive pay for management, administrative, technical specialist and support staff.
If a work crew has a truck that is used to transport the crew to the job and remains with the crew and on the job all day, the hourly rate should be determined and included in the estimate of direct job overhead expense for the job.
At the same time, the majority ruled that the company could deduct the overhead expenses, because they did not have a direct relationship to the loans acquired; however, this was not unanimous.
At the same time, the Tax Court determined that the company's overhead expenses (utilities, rent, telephone and computer charges, etc.
Yet, the purse strings on your promotions budget are tight - you can't afford the hefty retainer fees and overhead expenses of traditional public relations firms.
Looking at the three-year trend in overhead expenses (the "general & administrative" cost category), it's clear that cost control has become a new hot button for the software industry as a whole.
0% of rental revenues for management and overhead expenses and before normalized capital expenditures of approximately $525 per unit annually.
The court did not require the taxpayer to capitalize any portion of the overhead expenses related to either group of contracts.