administrative expenses

Administrative Expense

An expense that a company is required to spend but that is difficult to associate with a specific item. Examples of costs grouped under administrative expenses include utilities, office supplies, and postage costs.

administrative expenses

Compensation to management for operating or building a property; may include salaries and professional fees.Contrast with operating expenses,reserves for losses,and reserves for repairs.
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The administrative expenses of the Social Fund have increased by 104 million som ($1.
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Despite the fact that Pridgen is clearly distinguishable from drop-ship relationships, it is likely that debtors and trustees will assert Pridgen as a basis for objecting to Section 503(b)(9) administrative expenses where a drop-ship relationship is involved.
Repair and maintenance costs dip, fixed expenses climb, administrative expenses rise slightly.
2004-10, which permits a defined contribution plan to allow an employer to pay administrative expenses for active employees, while charging such expenses to terminated employees' plan accounts.
Administrative Expenses When a Relative Uses the Decedent's House
Only certain holders of Administrative Expenses must file a proof
The objectives of this report are to update information on claims processing, payments from the Trust Fund, and administrative expenses.
861-12T(j), Example 1 -- clarifying that general and administrative expenses may be specifically traced to income generated by specific assets (rather than grouping such expenses with assets without directly identifiable yields) -- is also a good one.
Paragon's general and administrative expenses increased by $14,000 for the second quarter of 2005 to $239,000, and for the six months of 2005, these expenses increased by $233,000 to $697,000 for due diligence undertaken mostly during the first quarter of 2005 on a large potential acquisition.

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