expense

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ex·pense

(eks-pens')
That which is given in exchange for something else; cost.
[L. expendo, to pay out]
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Where the costs are unrelated to the construction of a particular fixed asset or construction or production activities generally, however, they are deductible recurring expenses.
When acquisition costs relate to normal, in-house recurring expenses, the fact they are incremental, directly attributable or related to integration will not make them capitalizable.
These non- recurring expenses were a result of the relocation of CNBC's office to an office building at 3650 Olentangy River Road in October 2002, increasing the size of our office space from approximately 22,000 to 34,000 square feet.