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Costs of generation projects incurred regardless of the amount of energy produced Such costs normally include capital costs, the cost of financing construction (in the form of interest) and insurance
- An indirect cost that remains relatively constant irrespective of the level of operational activity
(Ticaret) Costs that do not change in the short term as a function of changes in production volumes, distribution volumes, labor or machine hours
A set cost, under terms of contract, even if no energy was produced
This is the cost that remains constant as long as the production volume does not exceed certain limits For example these could be rent, heating or depreciation
An indirect cost that remains relatively constant, irrespective of the level of operational activity
Running costs that take time to wind down: usually rent, overhead, some salaries Technically, fixed costs are those that the business would continue to pay even if it went bankrupt In practice, fixed costs are usually considered the running costs These are static expenses that do not fluctuate with output volume and become progressively smaller per unit of output as volume increases Fixed costs are an important assumption for developing a break-even analysis The standard break-even formula estimates a break-even point of sales based on per-unit price or revenue, per-unit variable costs, and fixed costs For more on this, see the discussion on break-even analysis in the free online book Hurdle: the Book on Business Planning
A cost which accumulates with the passage of time irrespective of the volume of input or output It may change from period to period due to price inflation, market forces, etc
Fixed costs are operating expenses that are incurred when providing necessities for doing business and have no relation to the volume of production and sales (as opposed to "variable costs") Examples are rent, property taxes, and interest expense
A cost or expense that does not vary in the short run with the quantity of output produced
Fixed costs are operating expenses that are incurred to provide facilities and organization which are kept in readiness to do business without regard to actual volumes of production and sales Fixed costs remain relatively constant until changed by managerial decision Within general limits they do not vary with business volume Examples of fixed costs consist of rent, property taxes, and interest expense Contrast with Variable cost
cost whose size is not dependent upon the amount of business done
cost that does not change with changes in the volume of activity (p 829, 988)
A cost that does not vary depending on production or sales levels, such as rent, property tax, insurance, or interest expense
those costs that tend to remain unchanged even when the volume of sales or output changes Fixed costs can be expressed in algebraic form as Y = a
A cost incurred in the general operations of the business that is not directly attributable to the costs of producing goods and services These "Fixed" or "Indirect" costs of doing business will be incurred whether or not any sales are made during the period, thus the designation "Fixed", as opposed to "Variable"
A set cost, under terms of a contract, even if no energy was produced
An indirect cost that remains relatively constant, irrespective of the level of operational activity of a transport system
a periodic charge that does not vary with business volume (as insurance or rent or mortgage payments etc )
Any cost of production which does not vary significantly with the volume of output
a production cost which does not vary much with the volume of output eg administrative costs
An expenditure that does not vary with volume of activity, at least in the short run
A cost that is fixed in total for a given period of time and for given production levels
a cost that is not immediately affected by changes in the cost driver
A cost that does not vary with usage or throughput of work Examples are a standard term maintenance contract for a server or a corporate software licence (within agreed User limits)
A cost that remains the same regardless of changes in activity levels top
Costs that do not change in the short term as a function of changes in production volumes, distribution volumes, labor or machine hours fixed interval order- A purchase or production order that occurs at a regular time interval and covers the variable demand during that period
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a cost of business which does not vary with output or sales; overheads
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An expenditure that does not vary with production volume, such as rent, property tax, administrative salaries, etc [APIC]
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Expenses that do not vary with the level of production, such as depreciation and personal property taxes For example, personal property taxes are the same on a tractor regardless of whether that tractor is used on one acre or 300 acres
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Costs that remain constant independent of income Example: Rent and utilities are fixed costs for business owners, while the cost of processing orders varies with the number of orders received To stay in business, the owner must be able to cover his or her fixed costs
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(Hackett, 1998, chapter 6) Those costs that do not vary with the amount a firm produces in the short run An example is the cost of leasing office space or renting equipment (or owning a boat and traps)
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Costs that do not change or vary with usage, output or production
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expenses that do not change regardless of production increases or decreases, for example, rent, insurance, interest on loans, etc
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regular, on-going costs that do not depend on the number of customers
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costs of production that do not depend on the quantity of production (chapters 6 and 8)
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costs, such as rent, that a business has to pay even when it is not producing anything variable costs
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costs that tend to remain unchanged even if output changes significantly Here Y= a
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a periodic charge that does not vary with business volume (as insurance or rent or mortgage payments etc )
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Costs which do not fluctuate with business volume in the short run
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Costs that do not change as production changes; costs that occur even without any production
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1) In accounting, operating expenses that do not vary with volume of activity or output, at least in the short run 2) At BPA, operating expenses that stay basically constant, regardless of power output and even when no electric service is provided to customers Includes interest expense on the Federal investment in the Pacific Northwest power system, contractual obligations, net costs of the residential exchange, and depreciation expense for long-lived assets
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costs that do not vary with the level of output
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Expenses incurred in running the business that don’t vary as output or sales vary Also known as Common Costs General and administrative expense, such as rent, is an example
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costs which do not vary with output (Folland et al , 1997) (S4,II) chinese | russian
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costs that do not vary by the number of miles run
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Costs, such as rent, which do not fluctuate in proportion to the level of sales or production
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Costs that remain the same regardless of how many pieces are printed Copyrighting, photography and design are fixed costs
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Costs which do not vary with the volume of production over the short term
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- production costs that are not related to the level of production; also referred to as overhead costs
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Operation costs that will remain relatively constant for all levels of output
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Fixed amounts that do not vary with changes in the volume of sales or production, i e rent, depreciation, interest payments
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Costs that do not vary with the level of production, at least in the short run
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Those costs that do not vary with changes in the number of units produced or sold p 594
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Business costs that do not vary with sales volume
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/ˈfəkst ˈkôst/ /ˈfɪkst ˈkɔːst/

## Etimoloji

[ 'fiks ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Latin fixus, past participle of figere to fasten; akin to Lithuanian dygti to sprout, break through.

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