Incidental Expenses


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Incidental Expenses

Minor expenses that an employee incurs in the execution of his/her work. For example, an employee may a pen and a notebook on the way to a work conference. Incidental expenses may be reimbursed; otherwise, they are tax deductible.
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For example, if the community thinks lost wages and childcare expenses are incidental expenses, how much should the program reimburse donors for these expenses and on what basis should this determination be made.
The material covers accommodation, office, communications and incidental expenses from the second and third quarters of the 2009-10 financial year.
Details of communications allowance spending from 2008-9 will also be published tomorrow, but the disclosure of incidental expenses from the same period has been delayed due to "technical problems", according to the Commons authorities.
So far, plaintiffs in the United States have generally been unsuccessful in pursuing claims against merchants based on fear of identity theft and incidental expenses to protect against it, following a security breach incident," wrote attorneys from the Information Law Group, a law firm specializing in information security law.
I'm astonished by their attitude, they offered pounds 30 for incidental expenses but said it was a matter for her if she wanted to change her bank account, they had not advised her to do that.
Then there are unplanned incidental expenses that can dent your budget.
As a refugee, he was required to repay the cost of his plane ticket, mandatory medical fees and other incidental expenses.
Bing, who is one of the biggest donors to the Clinton Foundation, with gifts totaling 10 million to 25 million dollars, will foot an estimated 200,000 dollar bill for the fuel, the crew and other incidental expenses for the trip.
com will provide the winner a set amount per trip to cover incidental expenses.
Andrew Mitchell (Con, Sutton Coldfield) wanted his constituents to see correspondence with Commons officials in which he rejected their request to submit a monthly claim for food and incidental expenses.
Fifteen-day tours, departing July 17, start around pounds 2,390 - but the longest trip of 27 days from pounds 2,890 looks great value, at little over pounds 100 per day with three meals a day and everything else paid for in advance, apart from incidental expenses.
Under incidental expenses he claimed for office supplies, providing receipts, but also between August 2007 and February 2008 he claimed a total of pounds 1,750 - exactly pounds 250 per month - for "petty cash".