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.
Any expense that is not a direct cost of sales is a fixed expense--an expense that isn't going to vary, regardless of your sales.
This revision now considers the insurance costs associated with Workers' Compensation, Payment Bonds and Performance Bonds, as direct costs on all change orders.
Using Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) data, CDC analyzed national and state-specific direct costs (i.
United States, the government disallowed Alliant's recovery of IR & D costs allocated indirectly to all of its contracts, including government contracts, contending that the IR & D costs were the direct costs of a commercial contract for delivery of improved rocket motors.
Labor burden for field employees should be counted as a direct cost as well.
And the direct cost savings resulting from energy conservation aren't limited to lower electric bills and utility company rebates.
On this aggregated level, the weighted average direct cost per loan in 2001 was $79.
The military services will find, while they are paying additional direct costs, the revamped personal property moving program will provide a greater return on investment.
Many executives said repetitive motion was a major concern, while it actually ranks sixth among causes of workplace injuries, producing only a quarter of the direct costs created by overexertion, which ranked as the leading cause.
5 million--average length of stay nearly 20 days, direct cost of infection, $32,100 (Table 4).
A fund's qualified direct cost equals the amount, including administrative expenses, that would have been deductible by the employer in the employer's taxable year had the benefits been provided directly by the employer and had the employer been using the cash method of accounting.