" "Why would the country's presidential spokesperson whose salary and other miscellaneous expenses
are being paid out of our taxes take on the embassy spokesman's job?" Lacson asked.
But for 2018-25, the federal 1041 will not have a deduction for those 2 percent type miscellaneous expenses
. And the beneficiary loses some of the previous benefit of reduced taxable income.
These changes were offset by a USD .3 million decrease in other miscellaneous expenses
such as marketing, legal and professional, consulting, dues and licenses, contract labor, trust department expense and miscellaneous loan fees.
236.7 million has been allocated for utility bills, printing, furniture and other miscellaneous expenses
and 45.2 million rupees for electricity.
A further Rs7.2 million were spent on management fees and other miscellaneous expenses
The budget for the retirement program is used to pay for the retiree's luncheon or dinner reception, judicial tokens, and miscellaneous expenses
during special full court session, souvenirs for guests, and food stubs for employees.
The budget is for the retirement ceremony, which covers food for the justices and employees, judicial tokens, souvenirs for guests and other miscellaneous expenses
during the court's
'Based on the same document, her total earnings for 2018 was P3.3 million-and not P3.95 million as initially reported-excluding the Gasoline and Miscellaneous Expenses
that are actual expenses incurred by the Office of the Secretary proper and not as her personal use.'
He noted that athletics, which is the crown jewel will not struggle to get air tickets and other miscellaneous expenses
. "Our athletes must be sponsored fully and feel appreciated," he added.
On the other hand, the law removed the two percent miscellaneous expenses
'The N4.614 billion classified as miscellaneous expenses
is fraudulent and must never be approved just as the win components of N134.427 billion for election operation cost and N22.660 billion for election administrative cost are duplication meant to conceal the cash that would inevitably be siphoned.