payout time

payout time

[′pā‚au̇t ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
A measurement of profitability or liquidity of an investment, being the time required to recover the original investment in depreciable facilities from profit and depreciation; usually, but not always, calculated after income taxes.
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But she vowed the ARMM would arrest erring officials and government employees caught in the act during payout time.
We offer 3 minute trading with a 60 second payout time.
Are the estimates of reserves and payout time for the wells correct?
At issue is a five-year opt-out for banks as they line their funds - the Parliament wants savers to be guaranteed a payout of at least 5,000 payout to be handed over within a week of a bankruptcy rather than the 20-day payout time today.
A seller can afford to lengthen the payout time (thereby achieving a higher multiple) if the following factors are favorable (conversely, a seller would want a shorter payout if the factors were unfavorable):
But instead of applause, the meager nickel payout Time Warner recently unveiled drew barbs from small shareholders.
If there's still a bounty out on `Mafiosi', `male potency', `creamy white', `seduction' and `Viagra', however, then payout time is here.
Providing for an extended decision or payout time is typically found in most agreements.
The average payout time for an insurance claim is 9.
But the payout time is too long for media accountants, who look instead for fast rewards like the gain from slicing a few millimeters off the edge of a page to save newsprint.
The payout time period also encourages the buyer to take a hard look at the practice before signing an agreement and to make every effort to strengthen and expand the practice afterward.