What expense category is a golf outing?

There are a few different ways to categorize a golf outing expense, and it may depend on the specifics of the event. Here are a few possible expense categories for a golf outing:

1. Business Entertainment

If the golf outing is considered a business entertainment event, then it would generally fall into the category of 'business entertainment expenses'. This could include the cost of renting a golf course, paying for caddy fees, and buying food and drinks for the event.

2. Business Promotion

Another possible category for a golf outing expense is 'business promotion'. This could include the cost of advertising the event, printing flyers and posters, and renting equipment for the event.

3. Travel and Lodging

If the golf outing requires travel and lodging for participants, then these expenses would generally be categorized as 'travel and lodging'. This could include the cost of airfare, hotel rooms, and rental cars.

The information provided in this article does not constitute legal or financial advice and is for general informational purposes only. Please check with an attorney or financial advisor to obtain advice with respect to the content of this article.

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