direct expense

direct expense

All items of expense directly incurred by or attributable to a specific project, assignment, or task.
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Instead, they were considered to be overhead which would be compensated at the very same 10% rate as was provided when all insurance premium costs were paid as a direct expense.
The largest direct expense is the collection, processing, and review of data, which costs, on average, about $1,800 per gigabyte, according to the report.
If the loss is on the business portion, only it is a direct expense and the entire loss is includable.
Then the variable costs of faculty plus other salaries plus operating expense plus capital outlay total the direct expense.
The Treasury is determined to avoid the direct expense of epidemic disease eradication but when we hear from one of our members that his new foot-and-mouth insurance premium has jumped from pounds 2,100 to pounds 26,000 it must be obvious that its self-financing plans for the industry are a non-runner.
It should be presented as a direct expense of the function that the reporting government usually associates with capital outlays.
cost to the worker's compensation insurance company (Although this is not a direct expense to the organization, it affects the premiums for worker's compensation insurance, which is a direct expense.
Surely, if any company has to put the practices and processes into place to sell a ticket for another organisation (consider the booking charges made by theatres, for instance) then they should be recompensed for that administration, and by that I do not mean at the direct expense of the genuine fan.
Targeted sponsorship also includes grants, real estate transfers and infrastructure improvements, direct expense reimbursement, and the funding of services, the most frequent of which are education and training.
We have been a market leader for 10 years and our sales growth because of the library sector has come at the direct expense of our competitors.