expense record


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Noun1.expense record - a written record of money spent
record - a document that can serve as legal evidence of a transaction; "they could find no record of the purchase"
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You can additionally set a date and a short note to an expense record to fully remember the origin of the expense.
According to the director of SAS Corporate Card Distribution Strategies, it can be used to pay for everything during a flight and transferred later to a travel expense record.
Until recently, the only method thought available to correct misreporting was a thorough review of each expense record, a proposition not likely cost-effective.
Maximizing deductions and helping entrepreneurs find ways to save money, the credit card import automates laborious expense record keeping, ensuring appropriate deductions are matched to every expense hitting the books and properly accounting the records for tax time.
In return, each annual subscriber receives a monthly bill via e-mail or regular mail, offering the advantages of paying once for a month of parking and receiving a detailed expense record.
Excellent expense records for easy financial due diligence.
The US military in response has said that it is not necessary that the funds have been missing, rather the expense records might have been archived.
Two detectives have already been arrested on suspicion of theft in connection with the probe, and the force's professional standards directorate is checking the expense records of hundreds more.
Included, for example, are articles of organization, profit and loss statements, and expense records.
The paper reviewed expense records from 59 out-of-town trips taken by about 50 officials from seven community colleges in Chicago's suburbs between 2003 and 2006.
A minimum of three-years' income and expense records, preferably those prepared by a certified public accountant.
The investment banking industry has not historically maintained detailed time and expense records allocated to the specific phases of an engagement.