A prepaid expense that is treated as an asset on a balance sheet and is carried forward until it is actually used. Deferred charges often stem from a business making a payment for a good or service that it has not yet received, such as the prepaying of insurance premiums or rent. Each month, the company can then use a portion of the funds in its deferred charges account and recognize this amount as an expense on any financial statements.
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