expense account

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expense account

n.
An account of expenses for repayment to an employee.

expense account

n
1. (Accounting & Book-keeping) an arrangement by which expenses incurred in the course of a person's work are refunded by his employer or deducted from his income for tax purposes
2. (Accounting & Book-keeping) a record of such expenses
3. (Accounting & Book-keeping) (modifier) informal paid for by an employer or by money allowable against tax: an expense-account lunch.

expense′ account`


n.
an account of business expenditures for which an employee will be reimbursed.
[1870–75]
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Noun1.expense account - an account to which salespersons or executives can charge travel and entertainment expensesexpense account - an account to which salespersons or executives can charge travel and entertainment expenses
account statement, accounting, account - a statement of recent transactions and the resulting balance; "they send me an accounting every month"
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expense account

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The expense accounts of the guilds, sometimes luckily preserved, furnish many picturesque and amusing items, such as these: 'Four pair of angels' wings,
I carried that whisky for social purposes, and I so charged it up in my expense account to the newspaper for which I worked.
Should county board members even have expense accounts? County board members in some other counties don't, their salaries cover work expenses.
Going on, it seems that the universities are allowing their vicechancellors to be awarded huge salaries and expense accounts to be able to travel abroad (first class) to far off places such as Singapore, Sydney, Rio and Johannesburg, to determine how things could be improved back in good old Great Britain.
Going on, it seems that the universities are allowing their vice-chancellors to be awarded huge salaries and expense accounts to be able to travel abroad (first class) to far-off places such as Singapore, Sydney, Rio and Johannesburg, to determine how things could be improved back in good old Great Britain.
At the other end of the social spectrum are the Members of Parliament who have index linked salaries and pensions, expense accounts and maybe a family home to return to.
Likewise the expense accounts of embassies are replenished by bank transfers from the Treasury, usually on a monthly basis according to the needs of the embassies.
It's a shame no one was sober enough to film the bi-annual debauchery of the MIPTV festival in Cannes this April where British TV executives go to buy and sell formats and spank their expense accounts on champagne.
This was for keeping uniformity in poll expense accounts of various candidates, said Kunal.
Plan advisers can add value to their services by helping sponsors to structure effective Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) expense accounts and by providing assistance in monitoring their operations.
Avoiding penalties means an imposed fairness of the VAT expense accounts, which also imposes the correspondance between them and the book keeping.
The findings show that workers in the West Midlands are the worst offenders, claiming the highest total value of personal items on business expense accounts.