expense

Overhead costs that include salaries, supplies, advertising, depreciation, and maintenance.
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expense

[n] - money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer 2. [n] - amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures) 3. [n] - a detriment or sacrifice
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Expense

Expense:
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Expense

Ex┬Ěpense' noun [ Latin expensa (sc. pecunia ), or expensum , from expensus , past participle of expendere . See Expend .] 1. A spending or consuming; disbursement; expenditure. « Husband nature's riches from expense Shak.
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expense

noun a detriment or sacrifice; `at the expense of`
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expense

disbursal noun amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
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Expense

• (n.) That which is expended, laid out, or consumed; cost; outlay; charge; -- sometimes with the notion of loss or damage to those on whom the expense falls; as, the expenses of war; an expense of time. • (n.) Loss. • (n.) A spending or consuming; disbursement; expenditure.
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expense

(from the article `accounting`) The income statement next shows the expenses of the period: the assets that were consumed while the revenues were being created. The expenses are ... Recognition of income at this time requires two sets of estimates: (1) revenue estimates, representing the value of the cash that the company expects ... ...
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Expense

In common usage, an expense or expenditure is an outflow of money to another person or group to pay for an item or service, or for a category of costs. For a tenant, rent is an expense. For students or parents, tuition is an expense. Buying food, clothing, furniture or an automobile is often referred to as an expense. An expense is a cost that is
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expense

Expense - A cost properly identifiable with the operations of a period (e.g. fiscal year) or with revenues earned during that period; i.e. expenses are recorded in the accounting periods (e.g. fiscal years) in which they apply, regardless of when liabilities are incurred or payments are made. Expenses include both expenditures and accrued expenses
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Expense

n. Current cost of operation that is used in business accounting and business taxation. Distinguished from capital expenditures for long-term property and equipment, expenses include rent, utilities and payroll.
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Expense

Expense is Black-American slang for a new born baby
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Expense

Expense is Black-American slang for a new born baby
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Expense

The cost of goods or services used up for the purpose of generating revenue.
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Expense

cost or charge of money
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Expense

In business accounting and business taxation, any current cost of operation, such as rent, utilities, and payroll, as distinguished from a capital expenditure for long-term property and equipment.
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