incur costs

incur costs

verb acknowledge the costs, answer for, assume liability for, be answerable for, be liable for, be responsible for, bear the expense, disburse, expend, lay out for, outlay, pay the costs
Associated concepts: assessment of costs, bill of costs, inquest
See also: bear the expense, disburse, expend
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In this context, the bidder must incur costs for collection fee and postage.
20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --A new study which analyses the point-of-sale practices of small retailers demonstrates that retailers that adopt a cash-only strategy make fewer sales, of smaller dollar-value, yet still incur costs associated with handling cash.
We expect to continue to incur costs (in addition to the $157mn of costs incurred in fiscal 2013)," the company said in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, citing ongoing investigations.
It is a shame that it is these very people who will now be forced to incur costs if they are unable to obtain tickets for games and wish to see national games as they are being played.
It said that any school that enrolled a Pell student would get--I think it was something like--$500 to recognize that the school was going to incur costs beyond what the Pell would pay for.
Though we capitalized the initial purchase price for AM4, which included installation and customization, we have continued to incur costs for additional consultations and modifications.
Even smugglers incur costs, which eat into any differential.
Access to talent and retention are always issues, and companies will incur costs to build up their wholesaler force.
For the enterprise, an information system's downtime may incur costs that range in the millions of dollars in both risk-exposure and lost revenue as each second passes.
The problem is that a community probably cannot adjust its staffing level in response to a single short-term absence, and may therefore continue to incur costs in the resident's absence.
By applying a marketability discount, the court determined that the trademark's $150 million value should be reduced to $100 million, because an arm's-length purchaser would have to incur costs to perfect trademark ownership in foreign jurisdictions.
Owners of apartments that need substantial rehab can easily incur costs of at least $20,000 a unit, plus the lost rent from vacancies during the project.