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What is Out of Pocket

The out of pocket phase is used when someone using their own money instead of using or claiming from their employers or business. Example, the office drinks night cannot be paid by the business and the director pays out of their own pocket. This is an out of pocket expense.

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Term created / updated 2012-06-21 13:58:49

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