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Synonyms for expense

at the expense of

Synonyms

  • with the sacrifice of
  • with the loss of
  • at the cost of
  • at the price of

Synonyms for expense

something expended to obtain a benefit or desired result

a loss sustained in the accomplishment of or as the result of something

Synonyms for expense

a detriment or sacrifice

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money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer

reduce the estimated value of something

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The proposal marks the second time in ten years that FASB has proposed mandatory expensing of all option awards.
A recent Broadgate Consultants survey found that 80% of portfolio managers and buy-side research professionals support expensing.
Further, taxpayers face a greater risk that the IRS will challenge their expensing practices if the amounts expensed under the policy constitute more than a fraction of their income or if a regulatory agency did not mandate the policy.
190 expensing to $15,000 of the remaining $40,000 barrier removal costs for a reduction in tax liability of $5,100 ($15,000 x 34% tax rate).
The taxpayer may select the properties for which the expensing election will be made, as well as the portion of each property's cost to be expensed.