offset costs

offset costs

Costs for which funds have been appropriated but will not be obligated because of a contingency operation. See also contingency operation.
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Cardinal Wiseman will also be taking part in a multi-sport team event in Ireland next Easter and money raised will also be used to help offset costs.
These funds help to offset costs for the plumbing apprentices enrolled in accredited four-or-five year training programs.
3m to help offset costs associated with relocating and creating new jobs in New Castle County, Delaware.
Cafe owners who go completely smoke-free by July 2016 will get a special one-off bonus to offset costs at least partially.
Duke Energy spokesman Dave Scanzoni says the company does not anticipate a rate increase to offset costs.
I manipulated mating opportunities and degree of relatedness to test whether polyandry offset costs of mating or inbreeding.
But it says with electrification in 2020, operating costs would fall and increasing revenues would offset costs.
Economist Richard Murphy said: "Our tax rules let them off paying because it's easy to offset costs.
A nominal charge of PS5 per person (to include drinks) will be made for participants and audience to offset costs.
Each recipient was awarded a $1,000 scholarship that can be used as a supplement to offset costs of tuition, books or room and board at any two-or four-year college.
While the cost of disposing of its 34 tons of plutonium has soared to more than $13 billion, the value of fuel produced is likely to offset costs by only $1 billion to $2 billion, the article said.
Industry insiders said some retailers had rejected demands for price increases and producers were cutting abv to offset costs, retain price points and shore up profitability.