personal expense

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Noun1.personal expense - the cost of personal or family living; "some personal expenses are tax deductible"
disbursal, disbursement, expense - amounts paid for goods and services that may be currently tax deductible (as opposed to capital expenditures)
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of France, at his own personal expense, fit out whaling ships from Dunkirk, and politely invite to that town some score or two of families from our own island of Nantucket?
At the institution at which I now was, I found that a large portion of the students by some means had their personal expenses paid for them.
A five-pound note would have covered his personal expenses for food through any one of the many years in which he had been absolute master of millions of money.
She set up a manservant, and put him in livery of brown cloth with red pipins, she renewed parts of her furniture, hung new papers on the walls, adorned her salon with plants and flowers, always fresh, and crowded it with knick-knacks that were then in vogue; then she, who had always shown scruples as to her personal expenses, did not hesitate to put her dress in keeping with the rank to which she aspired, the profits of which were discounted in several of the shops where she equipped herself for war.
The women of this society took little pains with their dress, except on Wednesdays, when Mademoiselle Cormon gave a dinner, on which occasion the guests invited on the previous Wednesday paid their "visit of digestion." Wednesdays were gala days: the assembly was numerous; guests and visitors appeared in fiocchi; some women brought their sewing, knitting, or worsted work; the young girls were not ashamed to make patterns for the Alencon point lace, with the proceeds of which they paid for their personal expenses. Certain husbands brought their wives out of policy, for young men were few in that house; not a word could be whispered in any ear without attracting the attention of all; there was therefore no danger, either for young girls or wives, of love-making.
Even when I wanted any little sum of money for my personal expenses, I could not obtain it without collision--and I, too, a man whose character it is to govern!
The company contacted Sorrell late last year, seeking repayment for what it believes are personal expense, including travel for his spouse, Cristiana Falcone Sorrell, who is a board member at Viacom (VIAB) and Revlon (REV), the report says.
For example, if you treat a potential client to tickets for a baseball game, does this count as a business or personal expense? Well, itas complicated a if they went alone and you werenat in attendance with them, these canat be written off as you are technically not conducting business.
This could lead them to assume that the purchase was actually a personal expense to buy groceries.
Makkah, Dhu-AlHijjah 12, 1432, Nov 8, 2011, SPA - The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud had ordered the establishment of the Zamzam Water Project, named after him in Makkah at his personal expense to provide Zamzam water to pilgrims, Umrah performers and visitors of the Prophet's Mosque.
So, they decided to help out the children on their personal expense," said the Italian commander.

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