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Use "expensing" in a sentence
"President Bush's proposed SEC chairman, Rep. Christopher Cox, Republican of California, is tight with Silicon Valley, which hates the idea of expensing options."
"Total revenue lost from the so-called expensing proposal over 10 years would be $30 billion; companies taking the immediate deductions wouldn't be able to write off their expenses through depreciation in years to come."
"However, he has also indicated internally that this profit goal will be adjusted by employee profit sharing expensing, which is currently 15% of net income."