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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 costs incurred to remediate the contaminated soil including excavation, transportation, and disposal of the soil should be expensed. The soil remediation expenditures are incidental repairs that neither materially add to the value of the property, nor appreciably prolong its life, but merely restore the property to its original, pre-contaminated condition.
Alacare was incorporated in 1982; since then, it has expensed all capital items for which it has paid less than $500.
The material or supplies may be expensed as purchased by a cash-method taxpayer, if all four of the following criteria are met:
For financial statement purposes, these relocation costs generally are expensed when incurred.
There are exceptions, however, and many amounts are being capitalized that could be expensed.