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Irrelevant Cost

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  • relevant cost — An expected future cost that varies with alternative courses of action. Decision making involves choosing between such alternatives and to make the best choice a manager needs to identify the future cash flows for each decision. Costs that have… …   Accounting dictionary

  • Weighted average cost of capital — The weighted average cost of capital (WACC) is the rate that a company is expected to pay to finance its assets. WACC is the minimum return that a company must earn on existing asset base to satisfy its creditors, owners, and other providers of… …   Wikipedia

  • Generalised cost — In transport economics, the generalised cost is the sum of the monetary and non monetary costs of a journey.Monetary (or out of pocket ) costs might include a fare on a public transport journey, or the costs of fuel, wear and tear and any parking …   Wikipedia

  • The Problem of Social Cost — is an article published by Ronald Coase in 1960 in the Journal of Law and Economics about economic problem of externalities. It draws from a number of English legal cases and statutes to illustrate Coase s belief that legal rules are only… …   Wikipedia

  • Sunk Cost — Sunk costs (deutsch: versunkene Kosten), oft auch als irreversible Kosten bezeichnet, sind betriebswirtschaftliche Kosten, die bereits in der Vergangenheit entstanden sind, d. h. bereits zu Auszahlungen geführt haben oder deren gegenwärtiges oder …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • relevant cost — An expected future cost that varies with alternative courses of action. Decision making involves choosing between such alternatives and to make the best choice a manager needs to identify the future cash flows for each decision. Costs that have… …   Big dictionary of business and management

  • Relevant Cost — A managerial accounting term that is used to describe costs that are specific to management s decisions. The concept of relevant costs eliminates unnecessary data that could complicate the decision making process. Relevant costs are decision… …   Investment dictionary

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