O&P

(redirected from Overhead and Profit)
AcronymDefinition
O&Porthotic and prosthetic
O&POperations and Procedures
O&POverhead and Profit (also seen as OHP)
O&POrganization and Procedures
O&POva & Parasites
O&POakes & Parkhust Glass (Maine)
O&POral & Practical (aviation exams)
O&POrdering and Provisioning
O&POut & Proud
O&POutsourcing & Privatization
O&POdious and Peculiar (blog)
O&POurs et la Prose (France)
O&POwnership and Possession (relationships)
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Overhead and profit (Percent of Item #1&2: __________%)
1a TOTAL HOURLY RATE INCLUDING OVERHEAD AND PROFIT for 1 person at straight
What is positive is the fact that overhead and profit indexes used by Polish contractors are their own ones, more and more often individually adjusted to a particular project.
As shown, the typical consumer checking account contributes $270/year toward overhead and profit.
Over 90 percent of customers make a positive contribution to overhead and profit.
Many of the questions coming to FC&S deal with whether or not overhead and profit (O&P) should be paid on a loss when less than three trades are involved.
This is a question about the present view of the courts regarding overhead and profit due a general contractor Is a true GC entitled to O&P if more than three trades are involved?
If they find that their bids are not being accepted, they reduce the percentage because they're probably charging more for overhead and profit than their competitors.
Another frequently asked question is, "Should contractors' overhead and profit be depreciated?
There is no question that material, supplies, and labor should be included in any calculation of replacement cost for purposes of calculating actual cash value, but should overhead and profit be included?
Many insurers routinely deduct overhead and profit factors from actual cash value (ACV) partial loss settlements.
When calculating the ACV to be paid prior to the actual repair being completed, some insurers start at replacement cost and deduct both depreciation and another 20 percent for overhead and profit.