string-decimal, note of percent to mark expense up.
name of first tax.
amount for second tax.
name of related account if applicable.
name of vendor.
name of second tax.
id of related contractor invoice if applicable.
0 for active, 1 for deleted.
amount for first tax.
notes about expense.
true/false tax2 was a compound tax.
id of related transaction if applicable.
3-letter currency code for first tax.
string-decimal tax amount for second tax.
id of related profile if applicable.
id of related project if applicable.
string-decimal tax amount.
3-letter currency code.
name of bank expense was imported from, if applicable.
values from expense status table. 0 - internal (-internal- rather than client); 1 - outstanding (has client, needs to be applied to an invoice); 2 - invoiced (has client, attached to an invoice); 4 - recouped (has client, attached to an invoice, and paid).
3-letter currency code for second tax.
id of related contractor system if applicable.
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