- *financial reporting period, but for which cash payment has already been made. In line with the *accruals basis of accounting, prepaid expenses are recorded as a *current or *long-term asset in the *balance sheet, and are released to expenses in the accounting periods to which they relate. Typical prepaid expenses include insurance and rental costs.
Auditor's dictionary. 2014.
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