budget items

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Noun1.budget items - the expense of maintaining property (e.g., paying property taxes and utilities and insurance)budget items - the expense of maintaining property (e.g., paying property taxes and utilities and insurance); it does not include depreciation or the cost of financing or income taxes
disbursal, disbursement, expense - amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
revenue enhancement, tax, taxation - charge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government
operating budget - a budget for current expenses as distinct from financial transactions or permanent improvements
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Project: Allows for interlinking multiple grants, grant goals and budget items across organization projects.
There are four or five budget items on which we still have to fully agree," the official added.
Clothes are graded - starting at one token for budget items.
The meeting discussed the outlook for growth in the budget items in the years of comparison and the estimates for 2014.
The House of Representatives has failed more than once to pass the budget either for lack of a quorum, or differences and dispute over some budget items.
Even supermarket's own-label budget items are rising sharply, by up to a fifth on more than 40 per cent of budget items, said the online comparison site Moneysupermarket.
We will properly provide allowances for budget items that are truly needed by the disaster-affected areas and strictly narrow down other items.
In 2011, there was no provision in the budget for this item; in that year, the Finance Ministry obtained the necessary funds by pinching from other, often unrelated, budget items.
I think the whole House knows frankly that housing benefit was one of those budget items that was completely out of control.
The report, The Deficit-Reducing Potential of a Financial Speculation Tax , compares the potential revenue from an FST-- one per cent of GDP or $150 billion in 2011-- with other budget items.
The grip on the market held by the 'hard discount', retailers such as LIDL and ALDI (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT) and the concentration on budget items in the large supermarket chains all serve to erode the attractions of the convenience sector and none of the big German retailers has gone into convenience stores in the way that Tesco and Sainsbury, for instance, have in the UK.
In today's economy, one of family budget items that is getting more and more expensive are the expenditures for food.

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