Net Charge-Off (NCO)

Net Charge-Off (NCO),

How Do You Define Net Charge-Off (NCO)?

Net depreciation (NCO) is the amount of one dollar that is the difference between gross depreciation and bad debt recovery. The Net Charge Office refers to the responsibilities of a company that is unlikely to be recovered by that company. Bad credit is often written down and classified as aggregate. If this amount is later taken out of the loans, the amount will be deducted from the overall recession to calculate the net backlog value.

Literal Meanings of Net Charge-Off (NCO)


Meanings of Net:
  1. Catch or land with a net (fish or other animal).

  2. (Sports) Kicking or Kicking (Ball or Pick) Net (Round)

  3. Cover with net.

  4. An open piece of wire, rope ope, rope or similar pure substance, often used to catch fish or other animals.

  5. This structure is supported by a frame that is intended for sports such as football and hockey.

  6. Smooth fabric with very revealing weft.

  7. A way to trap someone.

  8. Internet.

Sentences of Net
  1. Damage from fish fats

  2. Wright scored 177 goals in six years

  3. Fishermen are fixing their nets

  4. Turn Wilson's wings into a net

  5. Curtains

  6. The search has been postponed so that the killers can escape the net.

  7. Ensuring privacy on the web is becoming increasingly difficult.

  8. Sell ​​your 20% stake and make a big profit

  9. Increase in earnings per share

  10. The net result is the same

Synonyms of Net

meshwork, lattice, earn, after taxes, concluding, lace, make a profit of, make, tulle, bring in, pull in, trap, be paid, take home, take-home, clear, booby trap, snare, latticework, end, pocket, after deductions, mesh


Meanings of Charge:
  1. Demand (quantity) as a person's price for the services or goods provided.

  2. To sue a person for some reason, especially a crime against the law.

  3. Assign someone tasks such as duties or responsibilities.

  4. Stores electrical energy in (batteries or battery-powered devices)

  5. Go ahead in the attack.

  6. Apply heraldic pads on it.

  7. Sale price of goods or services.

  8. An offense, usually formally filed against a prisoner, is brought before a court.

  9. The responsibility to take care of or control someone or something.

  10. Properties of substances responsible for electrical phenomena that exist in a positive or negative way.

  11. The amount of explosives that must be detonated in order to meet a firearm.

  12. The battle is usually fought by attacking the soldiers.

  13. Placed on a device or shelter mark or crest.

Sentences of Charge
  1. He charged me 22 for a postcard

  2. He was charged with assault

  3. The committee was tasked with reshaping the education system.

  4. Shaver can be used for carrying and walking

  5. The plan is to attack the enemy

  6. Silver quality filled with gills cross

  7. Admission fee

  8. Appeared in court for attempted murder

  9. Responsible people are students, not guinea pigs

  10. Water molecules are not only attracted to each other but also have positive or negative charges towards any molecule.

  11. A small charge is generated on a three-minute hand-operated fuse

Synonyms of Charge

lunge, ask, incursion, care, shot, fix a price, toll, assault, amount, sum, onslaught, onrush, invasion, offence, payment, insignia, plough, campaign, rush, protection, launch oneself, move quickly, arms, surveillance, casing, emblem, throw oneself, price, fix a charge


Meanings of Off:
  1. Go and get off often.

  2. Located or driving in the direction of (main road or intersection)

  3. Remove or separate.

  4. Half of the court (divided by the length) in which the batsman's feet point when he gets up to catch the ball.

  5. Feelings of low performance or feelings of dissatisfaction or incompetence.

  6. (Foods) are not fresh anymore.

  7. Located on the side of the vehicle which is usually away from the side curb.

  8. Shameful or unfair

  9. The question under discussion or from afar.

  10. To delete or disconnect

Sentences of Off
  1. Get out of bed

  2. Individual network cable

  3. His possession threatened to tear him apart

  4. In Revenal style, the event is guarded by a guard and the opponent's goal is absolutely deadly.

  5. Even the best athletes have a few days off

  6. The fish are a bit extinct

Synonyms of Off

unjustified, unnecessary, putrid, unreasonable, turned, from there, from here, mouldy, unwarranted, unfair, stale, spoiled, rancid, putrescent, unjustifiable, uncalled for, rotten, unsatisfactory, below the belt, unacceptable, high, to a distance, away, unjust, inequitable, bad, sour


Meanings of NCO:
  1. Non-assigned officer.