indirect expense


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indirect expense

Overhead expense; expense indirectly incurred and not directly chargeable to a specific project or task.
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Even utilities, an indirect expense, can be incurred as an essential part to perform your job.
He was responsible for, among other things, contract proposal pricing, indirect expense budgeting and control, and accounting.
Worse than the direct cost of this expensive programme and the indirect expense of having people on the waiting list is the destruction of communities that occurs during the process.
GCC Health Ministers Council executive office secretary-general Dr Tawfiq Khoja said the figure included the direct and indirect expense of preventable cardiovascular diseases.
You can handle indirect expense allocations in one of two ways: (1) You can allocate each line in Part IX among the categories after doing the allocations; or (2)You can also report the total expenses in the appropriate column (usually management and general) and then use a separate sub-line of line 24 to allocate them by reducing the management column and increasing the others.
The system should allow users to set up an unlimited number of primary and intermediate cost pools and bases, using general ledger balances for calculating indirect expense rates.
The workforce reductions announced in the fifth month are expected to result in $1 billion annual pretax payroll and indirect expense savings.
Interest on general long-term liabilities should be shown as an indirect expense.
The focus of criticism has shifted from the direct cost -- sometimes more than 40 [pounds sterling]/hour for the inspectors required by EU law to have veterinary qualifications -- to the indirect expense caused by inconsistent assessments.
Coronary artery disease is the most common and expensive medical condition in the United States, costing approximately $60 billion annually in direct and indirect expense, Dr.
Since procedures are often performed in non-office settings, the inequity between indirect expense payments to procedurally oriented and EM-oriented physicians tends to be even greater than when time is used as a basis (Latimer and Becker, 1992).
The department does pay its share of overall store lighting and an indirect expense for the front end's lighting.