Difference between billable and non-billable expenses, Accounting Basics

Billable expenses are those expenses incurred by you on behalf of your client in performing duties / supply and service. These expenses are recoverable from your customer by way of billing.

Non-billable expenses are the expenses incurred by you for carry out your own trade / duties and responsibilities.

 

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