out-of-pocket expenses


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Wikipedia.

out-of-pocket expenses

Fig. the actual amount of money spent. (Alludes to the money one person pays while doing something on someone else's behalf. One is usually paid back this money.) My out-of-pocket expenses for the party were nearly $175. My employer usually reimburses all out-of-pocket expenses for a business trip.
See also: expense
References in periodicals archive ?
The average adjusted per claim out-of-pocket expense for oral contraceptive pills fell from $33.
Health Payment Advocates (HPA) is dedicated to helping plan members understand and minimize their healthcare related out-of-pocket expenses.
The relationship between limits on out-of-pocket expenses in Sec.
Depending on your finances, experts say, consumers might want to finance out-of-pocket expenses into the new rate, thereby avoiding having to pay cash upfront to cover closing costs.
A family of four with $7,000 in annual health care charges, for example, would pay an average of almost $1,000 in out-of-pocket expenses.
Thus, the auditor is paid only if a tax deficiency is found and no out-of-pocket expenses are incurred by the assessing agency.
But there is now no ceiling on the out-of-pocket expenses they may face.
DestinationRx provides plan comparison technology that can be used to navigate and enroll in the most affordable plans based on both premiums and out-of-pocket expenses.
Due to the potential large member expense for this specialty drug class, Prime designed the study to examine whether an association existed between declining to fill and out-of-pocket expenses.
In early September, the House Judiciary Committee approved the so-called "Public Expression of Religion Act," which would bar plaintiffs from recovering legal fees and out-of-pocket expenses in lawsuits successfully challenging government violations of church-state separation.
The result is a new suite of plans that allows employers and employees to determine how much to invest in monthly premiums compared with out-of-pocket expenses incurred when services are received.
Meals, recreational activities, and incidentals are out-of-pocket expenses.
The maximum credit per student per year is $1,500 for qualifying out-of-pocket expenses, indexed for inflation in tax years beginning after 2001 (Prop.
GLENDALE - A program that would cover Glendale residents' out-of-pocket expenses for paramedic services for a flat fee of $60 a year per household won City Council approval Wednesday.
Letter Ruling (TAM) 9432002 provided that out-of-pocket expenses not charged to a client and not to be reimbursed may be deducted in the year it is determined not to bill the client.