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out-of-pocket expenses in Conditions of employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout-of-pocket expensesˌout-of-pocket exˈpenses noun [plural]  BECsmall amounts of money that you have to spend as part of your job, and get back from your employer
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out-of-pocket expensesThis should be confirmed. an estimate of fees and out-of-pocket expenses associated with the engagement and proposed billing arrangements.Removal grants and disturbance allowances both refund employees for out-of-pocket expenses incurred as a result of moving home.Together with a little something for out-of-pocket expenses.Most expect to meet the out-of-pocket expenses of the job themselves, but some feel the whole business is getting too costly.