Definition of Budget items
1. Noun. The expense of maintaining property (e.g., paying property taxes and utilities and insurance); it does not include depreciation or the cost of financing or income taxes.
Generic synonyms: Disbursal, Disbursement, Expense
Category relationships: Revenue Enhancement, Tax, Taxation
Group relationships: Operating Budget
Lexicographical Neighbors of Budget Items
Literary usage of Budget items
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Accrual Budgeting: Experiences of Other Nations and Implications for the by Christine E. Bonham, Elizabeth A. McClarin (2000)
"The other two case study countries, Canada and the Netherlands, have applied accrual budgeting on a more limited basis to specific budget items or ..."
2. Norway by Oecd, Development Assistance Committee (1996)
"NGOs can also apply for support funded from other aid budget items, such as the special grants (environment, WID, AIDS, etc. ..."
3. Citizens Guide to the Federal Budget, and the Budget System and Concepts, 2000 edited by Barry Leonard (1999)
"Chart 2-7 illustrates the relationship between on- and off-budget items, and the unified budget. Chart 2-7. On- and Off-Budget Deficit Projections DOLLARS ..."
4. Changes in the Cost of Living, July, 1914-July, 1919 ...by National Industrial Conference Board by National Industrial Conference Board (1919)
"21 TABLE 7: Percentages of Increase between July, 1914, and July, 1919, in the Cost of Living in Average American Communities, by Separate budget items 25 ..."
5. Supervising Private Pensions: Institutions And Methods by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development Private Pensions and Insurance Unit (2004)
"Upon breaking down the budget items it was found that in terms of salaries and general services only Mexico exceeded the figures for Costa Rica. ..."
6. The Growth of Federal User Charges by Pearl W. Richardson (1994)
"Budget Nomenclature The guidelines for assigning budget items to the revenue or spending side are relatively straightforward, but the terms are confusing ..."