What is expenditure?

  • (noun): Money paid out.
    Synonyms: outgo, outlay
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on expenditure, expenditures:

The Prince's Charities Foundation - Finances - Expenditure
... Total expenditure of £3.99 million consisted of £3.43 million spent on grants to 186 charitable institutions, and £551,323 was spent on support costs ...
Health In Moldova - Overview
... Public expenditure on health was 4.2% of the GDP and private expenditure on health 3.2% ... Health expenditure was 138 US$ (PPP) per capita in 2004 ...
Agra Famine Of 1837–1838 - Relief
... The table below gives the expenditure in the relief works in one district, Farrukhabad, for the duration of the scarcity ... Famine relief and expenditure in Farrukhabad district from August 1837 to August 1838 Year/Month Total expenditure in Rupees (Rs.) Number of persons relieved 1837 August ...
Expenditure Incidence
... Expenditure incidence is the effect of government expenditure upon the distribution of private incomes ... Establishing the differential effect of expenditure in this way is difficult because the effect of differing policies upon taxation and overall expenditure must be normalised and it is hard to model and measure ... structured in three stages Definition of the government programmes or budgetary expenditures and the corresponding database of monetary values ...
Mareco Index Bosnia - AdEx – Advertising Expenditure
... Advertising Expenditure (also known as AdSpend) shows money spent by companies in Bosnia and Herzegovina on advertising ... Advertising expenditure analyzes the main advertising media, such as television, newspapers, magazines, radio and outdoor advertising ...

More definitions of "expenditure":

  • (noun): The act of spending money for goods or services.
    Synonyms: expending

Famous quotes containing the word expenditure:

    To predict the behavior of ordinary people in advance, you only have to assume that they will always try to escape a disagreeable situation with the smallest possible expenditure of intelligence.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    War-making is one of the few activities that people are not supposed to view “realistically”; that is, with an eye to expense and practical outcome. In all-out war, expenditure is all-out, unprudent—war being defined as an emergency in which no sacrifice is excessive.
    Susan Sontag (b. 1933)

    The putting into force of laws which shall secure the conservation of our resources, as far as they may be within the jurisdiction of the Federal Government, including the more important work of saving and restoring our forests and the great improvement of waterways, are all proper government functions which must involve large expenditure if properly performed.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)