Rent, wages, travel, utilities, insurance, maintenance and repairs, property taxes, office supplies, depreciation, and advertising are all common running expenses for a business.
All operating expenses are recognised as expenses on a company's income statement in the period in which they occurred. Insurance is one of them. Office supplies, travel, and distribution are all examples of general and administrative expenses.
A monetary payment, a piece of an asset used up within an accounting period, or an item that directly affects revenue are all examples of expenses. Wages, supplies, and rent payments are examples, as are depreciation on a piece of equipment or a vehicle, and a bad debt write-off.
Share a personalized message with your friends.