Capital outlays, Accounting, Basic Statistics

Capital outlays
A budgetary, financial reporting term to end out the expenditures for the acquisition of: addition to:, chief repair of capital assets intended to advantage prospect periods, Expenditures may be from either working, Capital sources: & may be either capitalized, not capitalized,
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