minor expense

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Noun1.minor expense - (frequently plural) an expense not budgeted or not specifiedminor expense - (frequently plural) an expense not budgeted or not specified; "he requested reimbursement of $7 for incidental expenses"
plural, plural form - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
expense - money spent to perform work and usually reimbursed by an employer; "he kept a careful record of his expenses at the meeting"
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It is also a minor expense over which the owner risks a sale.
Whilst it is true that some wills have been challenged in the courts, this is still quite a rare occurrence, and unless your wishes match exactly the intestacy rules applicable if you die without a will, it is definitely worth the relatively minor expense.
If you want to bring your dog to a high level of training, the benefit to your pooch will be many times over the minor expense and occasional hassle of keeping a small flock of pigeons or quail.
What's more, it's a relatively minor expense if it's lost or stolen.
The annual dues EPUD pays to belong to each one ranges from $2,500 to $30,891, but that's the minor expense.
The bill for her clothes is still only a minor expense for Charles.
Regular doses of TCP can all but eliminate these problems and is probably worth the minor expense for those engines that need it.
He said: "If that relatively minor expense saved even one more life, then it seems to me it would be a very sound investment, which should be taken and made.
It is a relatively minor expense that can be addressed in an organisation, but it is one that holds weight with employees," states Longworth.
Even the supposedly globally savvy Washington Post used a lot of ink nit-picking minor expense items on foreign trips by former Mayor Anthony Williams--even though, as mayor of the United States' capital city, Williams was a receiver and transmitter of ideas, served a term as president of the National League of Cities (NLC), and received special attention from mayors and cities worldwide.
Insurance can be classified as a minor expense for hotels.
We limited capitalization of roads to cases in which they were torn down to the base and rebuilt, eliminating the need to worry about street repaving--a relatively minor expense compared to street reconstruction.