Opex, or operational expenses are the funds used by any corporation, organization or business to cover ongoing costs like salaries, rent, utilities, taxes and more.
Opex used in a sentence:
Our company’s opex for the year is predicted to be around $40 million.
Opex vs. Capex
Opex (operational expenditure) describes the money that funds ongoing business or organizational costs to enable the entity to run, Capex (capital expenditure) describes the money used to maintain fixed assets. Learn more about Capex here.
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