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Definition of "expensing" [expensing]

  • Present participle of expense. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."