expense account

NOUN
  1. an account to which salespersons or executives can charge travel and entertainment expenses
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How To Use expense account In A Sentence

  • They will hit the top earner, the energy-guzzler, the expense account holder, harder than anyone.
  • See if you can put it on an expense account.
  • The benefits considered least important were the amount of holiday and an expense account.
  • I have an expense account and spend about £10,000 a year on entertaining.
  • ‘I was driving a Porsche and lunching at the Ritz - all courtesy of the company's expense account,’ she told Real magazine.
  • He's just a schmo who's been lucky enough to land a good expense account (he estimated the cost of his trip to Saudi Arabia at twenty grand).
  • In time they usually become people who care more about the perks of their job: mini-bars, expense accounts, fat salaries.
  • They carry out a snap check or a snap inspection the expense account.
  • To hide the bills from her family, she embezzled US $241,061 from the company over three years by padding her expense account, authorities said.
  • I can put this lunch on my expense account.
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