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As the name implies, administrative expenses are the regular expenses you incur as a part of regular business activities. These are the costs associated with running a business that don’t relate to your products or sales. These are the necessities (and sometimes the luxuries) that most companies require.
Keeping a tab on these expenses can help you make financial forecasts, claim tax deductions and determine when it's time to hire new employees.
An office doesn’t just run itself. Your teams need a high-functioning environment in which they’re comfortable and can work without sweating about the small stuff.
This environment also helps you find the best talent and keep them around for longer. The little things - a nice colour scheme and an open feel - can be the difference between signing the person you want, and seeing them walk.
Nowadays even the business meetings, project appraisal activities and office meetings are conducted at cafeterias and at open environments. Mostly we see this culture in startups. Every amount spent on these activities falls inside the administrative basket.
Most of the administrative expense may look small in amount when you compare to various other expenses you incur, and the immediate question arises is that should we even account those? Though some may be small but when you put together, it has a potential impact on your overall business.
Thus, all such expenses should be accounted for and presented in the financial statement. These administrative expenses should be accounted for in the period in which such expense was incurred, not in the period during which the expense was paid.
Following are some of the most common administrative expense.
We all know that to keep your business in operation, you spend. The spending range as big as buying machinery to as little as paying for stationeries. It’s always believed that larger spending is riskier?
The answer is ‘NO’.
Larger spending is not riskier always but not knowing your complete spending’s even on the little expenses is the risk.
Why? Just like a small leak will sink a great a ship, little expenses when you put together has the potential to impact your business in several ways. Here is why most businesses are using Cost Centre management.
Using Cost Centre management helps you to be aware of all the spending’s even on little expenses and provide actional insights for confident decision making.
Remember ‘A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned’: Every time you save, it goes to your pocket.
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