Excess profitProfit of a firm over and above what provides its owners with a normal (market equilibrium) return to capital.
The specified amount a policyholder must bear before the insurers pay a claim. The inclusion of an excess, whether compulsory or voluntary or both, lowers the premium.
Insurance excessInsurance excess
Applies to an insurance claim and is simply the first part of any claim that must be covered by yourself. This can range from £50 to £1000 or higher. Increasing your excess can significantly reduce your premium. On the other hand, a waiver can sometimes be paid to eliminate any excess at all. Always check the excess in your policy.
Excess contributionExcess contribution
The amount by which an IRA contribution exceeds the allowable limits. If an excess contribution is not properly corrected, a 6% IRS penalty applies.
Excess kurtosisExcess kurtosis
Kurtosis measures the "fatness" of the tails of a distribution. Excess kurtosis means that distribution has fatter tails than a normal distribution. Fat tails means there is a higher than normal probability of big positive and negative returns realizations.
Excess profits taxExcess profits tax
Additional federal taxes placed on the earnings of a business, used only in time of national emergency such as war.
Further SuggestionsExcess demand
Excess return on the market portfolio