direct cost


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direct cost

n (Comm) → costo diretto
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The new presentation supports the company directions of controlling total cost at the store level and relate the same to sales to implement the direct cost of certain items of income statement that has been reclassified.
If you're a plumber, the cost of labor used to actually provide the service calls is a direct cost.
This revision now considers the insurance costs associated with Workers' Compensation, Payment Bonds and Performance Bonds, as direct costs on all change orders.
Endocarditis caused the longest stay (26 days) and highest direct cost per patient ($47,200); surgical site infection caused the shortest stay (14 days) and lowest direct cost per patient ($21,810).
Additionally, the Tax Court held that the Internal Revenue Code's medical benefit "safe harbor" limitation for incurred but unpaid medical claims does not allow a taxpayer to automatically claim a deduction equal to 35 percent of its prior taxable year's qualified direct costs (other than insurance premiums) for medical obligations.
The qualified direct cost of insured death benefits can be based on Table 2001, (1) or another acceptable method of determining the actual cost of the death benefit.
However, inclusion of a COEC allows the center to make an additional request of up to $100,000 annual direct costs.
This is all the more problematic because (1) it is contrary to the City's own, long-term prior practice of correctly including all insurance charges as a direct cost item to be paid as incurred (rather than including them in the same 10% overhead limitation), and (2) it comes at a time of an historic crisis in both insurance coverage underwriting and insurance pricing.
In a sister survey of business executives from diverse locations, company sizes and industries, the insurer found that businesses faced between $2 and $5 of indirect costs--mainly, lost productivity and overtime--for each $1 of direct costs.
He noted three benefits from improved workplace safety: It reduces employee pain and suffering; helps avoid the direct cost of workplace injuries -- such as wage replacement payments and medical care expenses; and prevents the indirect cost of the accidents, such as lower morale, lost productivity and the cost of hiring or training overtime or temporary replacement workers.
Many companies and analysts believed that direct cost was the most important factor to consider in evaluating a mortgage servicer's performance.