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expense

n. in business accounting and business taxation, any current cost of operation, such as rent, utilities, and payroll, as distinguished from capital expenditure for long-term property and equipment. (See: capital expenditure)

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Typically, prepaid medical expenses are not deductible in the year of payment; generally, they cannot be deducted until services have been rendered.
If the tax deduction is less than the financial statement compensation expense, the write-off of the remaining deferred tax asset is charged against the APIC pool.
Employee setup includes the ability to select different hr/payroll representatives for expense specific approvals.
Among the benefits that the Visa Central Travel Account program offers to companies are cash flow optimization and web based tools to track expenses. In addition, they can also offer their employees added services, such as international traveler accident insurance, with coverage of up to US$250,000.
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Section 864(e) of the Code provides the allocation and apportionment of interest expense to be made on the basis of assets rather than gross income.
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The expenses that can be reimbursed through a dependent care FSA are:
further provisions against loan losses, improving their capital and liquidity positions, widening their lending margins, and taking actions that should reduce expenses over the longer run through restructuring and, in some cases, consolidation.
the phrase 'reimbursement or other expense allowance arrangement' means an arrangement that meets the requirements of paragraphs (d) (business connection), (e) (substantiation), and (f) (returning amounts in excess of expenses) of this section."