Definition of Promotional expense
1. Noun. The cost of promoting a product.
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Literary usage of Promotional expense
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1. Financing a Business by Joseph M. Regan (1920)
"promotional expense includes the compensation of the promoter who has charge of selling the securities, advertising, office rent, and railroad fare and ..."
2. Fundamentals of Newspaper Building: A Brief Consideration of the General by Jason Rogers (1922)
"If my margin between profit and loss has grown very narrow on account of frequent increases in the cost of print paper, labor, or promotional expense, ..."
3. Wisconsin Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Wisconsin by Wisconsin, Wisconsin Supreme Court, Supreme Court (1922)
"... but that if the deal took tangible form a commission would be allowed on all stock sold, to be charged up to promotional expense. ..."