Yet some customers account for more of EWEB's fixed costs
Unlike discretionary items, fixed costs
are accepted from the beginning, often in the form of a formal agreement with an outside party.
For further calculations we defined variable, specific and common fixed costs
To understand flexibility within a budget, one must understand the two components of cost: fixed cost
and variable cost.
As a result, GMR Infra is seeking to recover fixed costs
like capital costs and maintenance from the state distribution firm, which purchases power from it.
It allowed me to negate the fixed costs
of regional offices headed by managers, and instead became a revenue generator.
If a room is set aside exclusively for business purposes, where fixed costs
are claimed, then the Principal Private Residence exemption will not apply to the gain arising on this part of the house once the house is sold.
The total of all of the fixed costs
is the minimum amount of profit that a business has to make to stand still and stay in business.
If each of these firms had a down year and operated at 5% less, Ewer, Keller, and Olson would suggest that the companies each record a period expense of the 5% of fixed costs
that they did not use that year.
Second, many short-run fixed costs
can be avoided and therefore are not sunk.
The fixed costs
of OGK-2 and OGK-6 clearly show a potential for optimization.
For a G&T cooperative, almost all of the costs of its generation and transmission plant are fixed costs
Arguments for large operators focus on their size and the inherent benefits, such as the ability to scale fixed costs
in networks and IT, a stronger bargaining position with suppliers and internal sharing of best practices.
For example, a company that manufactures its own products or provides services using its own staff will tend to have a higher proportion of fixed costs
Finnish industrial food company Lannen Tehtaat Oyj said on Tuesday (7 February) that it would be cutting fixed costs
permanently to improve the cost efficiency of the group.