Definitions for "Surplus"
That which remains when use or need is satisfied, or when a limit is reached; excess; overplus.
Being or constituting a surplus; more than sufficient; as, surplus revenues; surplus population; surplus words.
The difference between the Government's expenditure and its income. The question of what income and, more controversially, which costs should count towards this equation is most safely left to politicians. How can it be that we have a seven billion dollar surplus yet also have increasing Government debt? This is clearly bad magic, and should not be meddled with.
In the balance of payments, or in any category of international transactions within it, the surplus is the sum of credits minus the sum of debits. Also called simply the "balance" for that category. Thus the balance of trade is the same as the surplus on trade, or the trade surplus, and similarly for merchandise trade, current account, and capital account.
One of the capital accounts on the balance sheet, representing the cumulative difference between total par value of issued stock and actual value received.
The use of the term "surplus" in accounting is generally discouraged because it creates a potential for misleading inference in reference to a company's retained earnings.
Surplus: Terrorized Into Being Consumers is a 2003 Swedish documentary film on consumerism and anti-consumerism, created by director Erik Gandini and editor Johan Söderberg. It opens with footage of the protests at the 27th G8 summit in Genoa and centers on the views of anarcho-primitivist John Zerzan. Zerzan has written several books and numerous articles questioning various aspects of civilization taken for granted - such as time, progress, culture, technology, even language and mathematics.
a distributor of new and used gondola and wire shelving and material handling equipment
a distributor of new and used pallet rack, steel shelving, conveyor and material handling equipment
Surplus is critical to the financial stability of an insurance company, as it indicates whether or not a company has enough money to pay future claims. Surplus provides the cushion required to handle the inherent variability in estimating claims losses.
A safety cushion to protect against the unexpected and is a key denominator of many financial ratios measuring the financial strength of an insurance company.
For an insurer, an amount that represents the assets a company has over and above its reserves and other financial obligations.
More workers than jobs (see Career Kokua Occupations, Outlook section).
Specifically, an amount in the public treasury at any time greater than is required for the ordinary purposes of the government.
an amount by which the proceeds of any resale, after expenses, are greater than your present debt on the loan secured by the car
may designate an accumulation of receipts over expenses during a specific period. The term is usually avoided because of its ambiguity.
Federal and State surplus property programs administered by the TBPC. Each program has its own laws, rules, and procedures.
a powerful force that corrects the overpricing of labor
Votes gained by a Senate candidate which are surplus to the quota required for election.
The profit in many social enterprise organisations is referred to as surplus, to reflect their 'not-for-profit' status.
Any positive balance in the sum of money after break-even has been achieved by a non-profit charitable organisation (i.e. the equivalent of "profit" in a private sector company).
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a fancy word for over-taxation
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a retail supplier of U
That which remains above what is used or needed.
a quantity much larger than is needed