current expenses


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Related to current expenses: Current liabilities, current income, current assets

current expenses

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(Accounting & Book-keeping) noncapital and usually recurrent expenditures necessary for the operation of a business
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So that he needed at least six thousand roubles for current expenses, and he only had one thousand eight hundred.
Neither have we the buildings nor the money for current expenses to enable us to admit to the school more than one-half the young men and women who apply to us for admission.
The annual current expenses are now about $150,000.
Here be it known, that though these wild fishermen do not, as a general thing, and according to the great military maxim, make the enemy defray the current expenses of the war (at least before realizing the proceeds of the voyage), yet now and then you find some of these Nantucketers who have a genuine relish for that particular part of the Sperm Whale designated by Stubb; comprising the tapering extremity of the body.
To his thinking the navy was one of the current expenses of the war department, like the artillery, cavalry, infantry, and commissariat.
Newer equipment is included in the sale, and with additional marketing this business can really grow and the solid base business will help maintain the current expenses and lifestyle.
On the spending side, current expenses increased "influenced by higher staff costs, interests and consumables", but "investments and other capital costs went down, partially off-setting the increase in current expenses".
Ongoing operating costs related to the equipment are assumed to be level with current expenses.
The purpose of the loan is usually related to repair works and furniture (24% of the loans), followed by current expenses, purchase of property without a mortgage, and purchase of a car.
The daily Jahan-e Sanat reported last week that in the Persian year that ended March 20, 2009, tax revenues were targeted to meet 80 percent of the government's current expenses budget.
It had been predicted that tax revenues will meet 80 percent of the government's current expenses budget in the Iranian solar year that ended in March 21, 2009, but this plan is realised only for 31 percent.
He noted that the current expenses showcased the ministry's efforts in supporting the state's development plan with the construction projects domain.