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anticipated cost

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  • cost-ef|fec|tive|ness — «KST uh FEHK tihv nihs, KOST », noun. the effectiveness of an operation or system in terms of the relation of its cost to the benefit anticipated from it: »In these days, cost effectiveness has inevitably become the governing principle in all… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cost-ef|fec|tive — «KST uh FEHK tihv, KOST », adjective. effective in terms of the relation of cost to anticipated benefits: »cost effective spending …   Useful english dictionary

  • Cost overrun — A cost overrun, also known as a cost increase or budget overrun, is an unexpected cost incurred in excess of a budgeted amount due to an under estimation of the actual cost during budgeting. Cost overrun should be distinguished from cost… …   Wikipedia

  • cost of capital — The rate of *return a corporation must pay for the *capital used to finance its activities. As capital in its widest sense is drawn from various forms of *debt and *equity (*common stock, *preferred stock, and *retained earnings), the cost of… …   Auditor's dictionary

  • Customer Cost — refers not only to the price of a product, but also encompasses the purchase costs as well as use costs and post use costs. Purchase costs mainly consist of the cost of searching for a product, gathering information about it and obtaining it. The …   Wikipedia

  • Elemental cost planning — is a system of Cost planning and Cost control, typically for buildings, which enables the cost of a scheme to be monitored during design development.It should : *Ensure that the tender amount is close to the first estimate, or that any likely… …   Wikipedia

  • Lexicographic information cost — is a new concept within the field of lexicography. The term refers to the difficulties and inconveniences that the user of a dictionary believes or feels are associated with consulting a particular dictionary or dictionary article. For example,… …   Wikipedia

  • private cost — noun A cost incurred in the production process by the producer; including tax and profit margins that are anticipated …   Wiktionary

  • benefit–cost ratio — The evaluation of a proposed activity by determining the value of the anticipated benefits likely to accrue compared to the costs that will be incurred. If the benefits exceed the costs the activity is financially attractive, although there may… …   Accounting dictionary

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