Definitions for "Expenses "
Costs incurred by a business with a view to making a profit. They may be cash payments or non cash costs such as depreciation or reduction in inventories.
All the costs incurred in operating a program. In an accrual system, an expense is recorded in the accounting system when it is incurred, before you actually expend cash to pay the bill.
All corporate costs incurred in transacting business (17.1).
Keywords:  outlay, financial, cash, action, legal
outlay of cash.
The organization's financial outlay for the tax period.
Outflows or other reductions of assets or increases in liabilities (or a combination of both) from delivering or producing goods, rendering services, or carrying out other activities that constitute the entity's ongoing major or central operations.
consumptions or losses of future economic benefits, in the form of reductions in assets or increases in liabilities of Defence, other than those relating to distributions to the Commonwealth, that result in a decrease in equity during the reporting period.
Outflows of resources arising from the operation of the association during a period.
Keywords:  spend, ical, things, charity, donated
Expenses is a simple command-line tool for finance tracking using iCal. You record your earnings and spendings into iCal, and this script then calculates how much you have spent over a given time period.
Things that you are required to spend money on, such as food, clothing, housing, or other things that you have to have.
A charity's expenses include spending on such things as salaries, supplies, equipment, travel, and conferences. They can also include the value of donated goods that a charity distributes.
rort (fraud): Politicians and many public servants are allowed expenses to meet the responsibity of their job. False or inflated expenses claims constitute fraud against the government.
money paid out for services and goods
Expenses are those items that the company buys which do not go to actually create that company’s product or service. E.g. stationery, petrol, promotional goods. Click here to go back to the top of the page
Goods or services purchased directly for the running of the business. This does not include goods bought for re-sale or any items of a capital nature (see Stock and Fixed Assets ). · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · HOME
Keywords:  checkbook, tolls, parking, art, check
In-house expenses for materials like art boards, tolls, and parking should be added into the Expenses window. In-house expenses paid by check should be added into the Checkbook.
Keywords:  expire
Keywords:  operating, see
See Operating Expenses.