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Financial Line Item -  a line item is a unit of information, typically the lowest level of detail contained within that type of information.  For example, line item detail on an invoice would be one line of the transaction or the details associated with one item in the market basket.  A financial line item is the lowest level that revenue and expense items are budgeted at and recorded at.  This will vary from one organization to another, some will maintain line item accounts in a group (miscellaneous travel expenses for example) while others will have a separate line item for each common type of travel expense (in this example).
- Synonyms: Line Item

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