Meaning SURPLUS
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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 the "balance" for that category [..]
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Excédent
Source: stats.oecd.org

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The difference between the value of assets and the present value of liabilities. With respect to an insurance company, the net difference between the total assets and total liabilities (equivalent to [..]
Source: cfainstitute.org

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Excess of revenues over outlays.
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The amount by which assets exceed liabilities.
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The amount by which an insurer's assets exceed its liabilities. It is the equivalent of "owners' equity" in standard accounting terms. The ratio of an insurer&# [..]
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late 14c., from Old French sorplus "remainder, extra" (12c., Modern French surplus), from Medieval Latin superplus "excess, surplus," from Latin super "over" (see super-) [..]
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more than what is needed or wanted.
Source: nationalgeographic.org

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A condition in the market in which the quantity supplied is greater than the quantity demanded at the existing price. A surplus occasionally goes by the terms excess supply and buyers' market. A [..]
Source: glossary.econguru.com

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excess: a quantity much larger than is needed excess: more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying o [..]
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Definitions (3) 1. Excess. also called overage.
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An excess amount. In financial terms, this is the remainder of assets left after debts, expenses, and liabilities are deducted.
Source: erieri.com

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An amount of something that is left over after all needs have been met.
Source: canadiangeographic.com

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1 a : an amount that remains when a use or need is satisfied b : an excess of receipts over disbursements c : the value of assets after subtracting liabilities 2 : an excess of the net worth of a ...
Source: dictionary.findlaw.com

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Not needed; extra.
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(n) - excess water in a water budget
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insurance term referring to retained earnings.
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The situation that results when the quantity supplied of a product exceeds the quantity demanded. Generally happens because the price of the product is above the market equilibrium price.
Source: econedlink.org

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The excess of revenue over expenses during an accounting period. Surpluses can be measured before or after depreciation and non-operating activities. See deficit.
Source: nonprofitfinancefund.org

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The excess of assets of a fund over its liabilities and necessary reserves. While the liabilities represent amounts owed or payable or in process of payment, the reserves are segments set aside for special use, due to constitutional or statutory provisions, or contracts and agreements with other governmental units or private grantors.
Source: finance.vermont.gov

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Income in excess of expenses; an operating profit or positive change in net assets.
Source: nonprofitsassistancefund.org

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When the quantity supplied of a good or service exceeds the quantity demanded at a particular price.
Source: stlouisfed.org

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Surplus is a term that is subject to different definitions. In a broad sense, it means an excess of something. In the context of personal property, there are federal and state laws governing the dospo [..]
Source: definitions.uslegal.com

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Votes that a candidate receives in excess of the quota. They are distributed to other candidates according to the further preferences indicated on the ballot papers by those voters.
Source: elections.act.gov.au

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(excédent). The amount by which government revenue exceeds budgetary spending in any given year.
Source: collectionscanada.gc.ca

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(n) a quantity much larger than is needed(adj) more than is needed, desired, or required
Source: beedictionary.com

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Referred to in net metering, a surplus exists when a home owner continually generates excess energy that is sent back to the grid and does not need to purchase grid produced energy. In some states, ho [..]
Source: solarresourceguide.org

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Income from selling timber less forest cost for a particular project/compartment/area/Forest District. Expressed as £/m 3 standing or as a total sum.
Source: forestry.gov.uk

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The net worth of a company, equal to the amount by which assets exceed liabilities.
Source: einsurance.com

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The remainder after an insurerís liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The financial cushion that protects policyholders in case of unexpectedly high claims. (See   Capital;   Risk-based ca [..]
Source: insurancejobs.com

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 The amount by which assets exceed liabilities.
Source: clements.com

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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.
Source: gohallam.com

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The remainder after an insurer's liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The financial cushion that protects policyholders in case of unexpectedly high claims.
Source: hanover.com

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A stock company's surplus is the amount by which its admitted assets exceed its liabilities and capital stock. In both stock and mutual companies, the term policyholders' surplus means the e [..]
Source: greatamericaninsurancegroup.com

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The remainder after an insurer's liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The financial cushion that protects policyholders in case of unexpectedly high claims.
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A stock company’s surplus is the amount by which its admitted assets exceed its liabilities and capital stock. In both stock and mutual companies, the term surplus to policyholders means the excess [..]
Source: oci.ga.gov

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The remainder after an insurer’s liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The financial cushion that protects policyholders in case of unexpectedly high claims. (See Capital, Risk-based capital )
Source: iii.org

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The remainder after an insurer's liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The financial cushion that protects policyholders in case of unexpectedly high claims.
Source: michiganinsurance.com

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The remainder after an insurer’s liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The financial cushion that protects policyholders in case of unexpectedly high claims SURPLUS LINES
Source: lutherantrust.com

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The surplus produced by an economy, in the sense discussed here, is its output over and above the necessary subsistence of the labour force as well as ...
Source: dictionaryofeconomics.com

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A surplus exists in a pension plan when the actuarial valuation determines that the assets available exceed the accrued benefit payments (liabilities) to be paid out. (Also reckoned on a solvency and [..]
Source: cbc-radio-canada-pension.ca

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n. "surplus, difference over and above," s.v. surplus sb. and a. OED. KEY: surplus@n
Source: sites.fas.harvard.edu

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n 1 surplus 1
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Greater revenues than expenditures. Positive difference between the equity (more assets than liabilities) and a given company's paid-in capital stock.
Source: banxico.org.mx

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A market condition where the quantity supplied of a particular commodity exceeds the quantity demanded
Source: digitaleconomist.org

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The amount by which revenue exceeds expenditure. Or the money left over after all expenses have been met. Related Topics Why Budget?
Source: learnmoney.org

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The remainder after an insurer’s liabilities are subtracted from its assets. The financial cushion that protects policyholders in case of unexpectedly high claims
Source: insuranceforarizona.com

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an excess of dollars at the end of a fiscal year.
Source: tnartscommission.org

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Contributed surplus is a balance sheet figure which originates from sources other than earnings, such as the initial sale of stock above par value. Earned surplus, or retained earnings, is the amount [..]
Source: investorsedge.cibc.com

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That which remains when use or need is satisfied, or when a limit is reached; excess; overplus. Specifically, an amount in the public treasury at any time greater than is required for the ordinary [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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The amount by which assets exceed liabilities. Total Admitted Assets
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