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Overhead

/ˌōvərˈhed/n.

Overhead expenses refer to the ongoing expenses of operating a business that cannot be conveniently traced to or identified with any particular cost unit. In other words, overhead cannot be immediately associated with generating profits. Examples of overhead expenses include: advertising, insurance, taxes, legal fees, and utilitities.

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