charge (something) (up) to (something)

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charge (something) (up) to (something)

To pay for something from a specific account or category of funds. When you're traveling, just charge everything up to your company account. A: "Will I get reimbursed if I charge this plane ticket to my personal card?" B: "Just charge it to petty cash instead."
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charge something up to someone or something

 and charge something up
to place the cost of something on the account of someone or a group. (Also without up.) I will have to charge this up to your account. Do you have to charge this to my account? Are you ready to charge up the total to my bill?
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In particular, the Commission should ensure that where Article 9(2)(e) services are supplied by a non-EU establishment of a supplier (which has a branch or affiliate in the same country as its EU customer), tax authorities do not try to force local VAT to be charged to the customer.
They also provide historical data on the unit being charged to the system.
BKK provided such services to the purchasing members, and all of its costs were charged to them as fees for those services.
Read them over carefully to see which fees have been charged to your account.
Fees charged to a consumer by the account-holding institution can include fees charged for the use of the institution's own ATMs and fees charged for use of ATMs operated by others.
* Time spent to develop an understanding of basic issues should not be charged to any particular client.
Rates might be expected to fluctuate with changes in funding costs regardless of the width of the gap between the rate charged to cardholders and the marginal cost of raising funds.