incidental expense


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Noun1.incidental expense - (frequently plural) an expense not budgeted or not specifiedincidental 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"
References in classic literature ?
Clothing and some incidental expenses within the same dates, though little can be inferred from this item, amounted to
The same mail that bore to Mulcahy's mother in New York a letter from the colonel telling her how valiantly her son had fought for the Queen, and how assuredly he would have been recommended for the Victoria Cross had he survived, carried a communication signed, I grieve to say, by that same colonel and all the officers of the regiment, explaining their willingness to do "anything which is contrary to the regulations and all kinds of revolutions" if only a little money could be forwarded to cover incidental expenses. Daniel Grady, Esquire, would receive funds, vice Mulcahy, who "was unwell at this present time of writing."
His website has them split into three categories, including those claimed under the communications allowance, incidental expense provision - which generally covers office expenses - and those claimed under the additional costs allowance, which covers the costs of running a second home.
The Federal Travel Regulations have been amended by a final rule effective October 1, 2003, to increase the incidental expense allowance under the per diem expenses from $2 to $3 for all localities (Federal Register, August 29, 2003).
Revision of the incidental expense model and a more regular benchmarking of Federal meal rates are also recommended.
The 2002 meal and incidental expense (M&IE) rates under the optional high-low method remain the same as in 2001: $42 for high-cost localities and $34 in other localities.
His website has split his claims into three categories, including those claimed under the communications allowance, incidental expense provision - which generally covers office expenses - and those claimed under the additional costs allowance, which covers the costs of running a second home.
The average amount the company paid to the drivers under the per diem plan for the years in question was less than the federal meals and incidental expense (M&IE) rate.
Relevant foreign currency rate will be applied to the import parity price so as to fully recover the actual cost incurred on the import of crude oil and petroleum products by importing refineries and oil marketing companies (OMCs) including all duties and incidental expenses. Any gains or losses due to delay in SBP's approval to OMCs and refineries because of movement in foreign exchange rates will be adjusted in the following period's price.
Maling said the Lower Chamber will be spending P4.7 million for supplies and materials, food expenses and other incidental expenses for the holding and the preparation for the SONA.
If you incur incidental expenses like these, make sure to get an itemized bill to avoid trouble.