incremental costs


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incremental costs

Costs which are additional costs to the Service appropriations that would not have been incurred absent support of the contingency operation. See also financial management.
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Expects gross margin as a percent of net sales to be down 150 to 200 basis points versus its previous guidance of down 50 to 100 basis points, due primarily to incremental costs in the first half of FY19 associated with its omnichannel programs and clearing of seasonal inventory.
For example, the handful of studies employing a cross-sectional design, comparing Medicare expenditures over one year for people with a dementia diagnosis and people without, reported annual incremental costs ranging from $3019 to $10 598 per person, in 2017 dollars.
The company said it would not raise retail or wholesale prices for its dealers, and expects the tariffs to result in incremental costs of $30 million to $45 million for the rest of 2018.
"A commonly held view is that going green incurs significant incremental costs. Using EDGE as a design solution will help dispel this myth, as it automatically calculates incremental costs and the return on investment for each green option.
There was an increase in mean health care costs by $7,300 to $12,000; the incremental costs were greater when ECT was offered earlier.
(c) In furtherance of the requirement of subsection (a) of this section, any new incremental costs associated with new regulations shall, to the extent permitted by law, be offset by the elimination of existing costs associated with at least two prior regulations.
In contrast, Consumers plans to operate its Jackson and Zeeland natural gas-fired plants more this year, even though 946-megawatt Zeeland Unit 3 has incremental costs higher than some or all of the utility's coal units, according to the attorney general.
Tenders are invited for Construction cost model of bottom-up calculations used for long-term incremental costs take into account the overhead common costs (LRIC +) wholesale access to the network infrastructure of copper and NGA: wholesale access to copper and fiber loop, wholesale access to the copper sub-loop, wholesale broadband access
However, it is still substantially higher than issuers' incremental costs.'
Ali Asghar Jamali said that new prices will be applicable with immediate effect for booking of new orders to be delivered from January 2016 onwards whereas the company will absorb the incremental costs on balance orders of vehicles booked till 3rd December, 2015.
Many of the panel's questions centered on which costs the Federal Reserve chose to include in its calculations to arrive at the debit fee cap, with the judges asking critical questions about the notion that the agency had erred in including fixed costs as what should be considered incremental costs.
" There are some incremental costs and so roaming cannot come for free.

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