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  • v. Present participle of expense.

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Examples

  • President Bush's proposed SEC chairman, Rep. Christopher Cox, Republican of California, is tight with Silicon Valley, which hates the idea of expensing options.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • "However, he has also indicated internally that this profit goal will be adjusted by employee profit sharing expensing, which is currently 15 percent of net income," Ho said.

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  • That's a good idea, but Mr. Obama's proposal to provide one-year temporary tax cuts, such as expensing of certain capital purchases, will be dwarfed by one of the largest tax increases on small - and medium-sized firms in history that is scheduled to hit on January 1.

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  • IASB has published IFRS 3 (Revised), 'Business combinations', which maintains the requirement to apply the acquisition method to business combinations, but with some significant changes such as expensing of transaction costs.

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  • The small business "expensing" plan, however, has only a modest effect in boosting jobs creation, the CBO says.

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  • He proposes immediate expensing, meaning a 100% first year deduction, for investment in new machinery and equipment, so that American workers can work with "the most modern and productive equipment in the world."

    The American Spectator

  • The small-business "expensing" plan, however, has only a modest effect in boosting jobs creation, the CBO says.

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  • A budget that would eliminate tax mechanisms crucial to capital formation for drilling, such as expensing of intangible drilling costs (IDC), drew immediate criticism as "a devastating blow to the American oil and gas industry" from Independent Petroleum Association of America Pres. and Chief Executive Officer Barry Russell (OGJ Online, Feb. 26, 2009).

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