- Joined May 14, 2002
And like I said, GME ain’t going anywhere.
I mean Telehealth is going to be massive, there’s zero doubt in my mindTDOC is going to be red for the year. 2022/2023 is the narrative. It either works, or we lose money. I’m sized accordingly to be ok with losing money.
I just took a look at the transcript and idk if you didn't see but the line right before that says that they prepared financials using both GAAP and non-GAAP which is common. When they discussed on the call I'm guessing they wanted to use non-GAAP expenses because when discussing the expenses it would show a more reasonable picture of what the reoccuring expenses are and wouldn't include items that don't affect cash flow or are infrequent. For the payroll taxes, I don't think it would be payroll taxes that were excluded entirely but payroll taxes related to the stock compensation.
I’m looking at a transcript of $snap’s conference call. Here’s what I don’t understand: Why is stock compensation, payroll taxes, and depreciation excluded from company expenses?
how is the possible under GAAP?
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