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Fixed and Variable Costs When Starting a Business
There are two types of costs or expenses in a small business firm. They are fixed and variable costs. Variable costs change as sales change. Fixed costs do not ...
Opportunity Cost Definition and Example
Opportunity cost is the cost of a foregone alternative. If you chose one alternative over another, then the cost of choosing that alternative is an opportunity cost.
Cost of Living: Define, Calculate, Compare, Rank - US Economy
Sep 5, 2014 ... The cost of living compares how much income you need to live in various locations, or across time. Find out the best indicators for your needs.
Cost of Goods Sold - COGS - US Business Law / Taxes - About.com
Cost of goods sold (sometimes called cost of sales) is a calculation that affects the price of goods you sell, and so it is an important concept to understand and ...
Calculating Cost of Goods Sold - Required Information
What you need to give your tax preparer to calculate cost of goods sold.
Readers Respond: How Much Does it Cost to Care for Your ... - Horses
Horse care costs have changed a lot over the last few years. How have your costs changed? How much does it cost to care for your horse? What Are Your Costs ...
Recurring and Non-Recurring Closing Costs (Definition)
Definition of closing costs as it pertains to real estate. Explanation of recurring and non-recurring closing costs.
Dollar Cost Averaging - Investing for Beginners - About.com
Dollar cost averaging is a portfolio technique designed to lower investment risk and avoid investing at the height of a market. When combined with dividend ...
Saving Money on Dog Care - Cutting the Cost of Dog Ownership
Learn how to save money on dog care the right way. You can cut back on expenses and decrease the cost of dog ownership without compromising the quality of ...
Cost of Goods Sold - COGS for Craft Merchandiser
If you do this as part of your arts or crafts business, find out how to account for these purchases in the cost of goods sold section of your income statement.
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