Below-the-Line Cost

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Below-the-Line Cost

In accounting, extraordinary expenses a company does not incur in its day-to-day operations. Because they are not repeated, below the line costs are not considered to decrease the company's profit. See also: Above the line.
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We'd like to see gross margins improve, our below the line costs reduced as a percentage of revenue.