In accounting, the sum of fixed costs, variable costs, and semi-variable costs.
The sum of the direct cost plus the facilities and administration (also referred to as indirect costs) of a project.
The consideration of all costs to Prudential over the expected life of the product/service (maintenance, repair, transportation, insurance, warranty, payment terms, etc.) when evaluating vendor proposals/quotes.
( Costo total en español) al product costs, period costs and other costs incurred in the territory of one or more Parties.
evaluation of costs less benefits of all types (social, biophysical, financial and socioeconomic)
All costs associated with producing a good of service; the sum of fixed costs plus variable costs. View Capstone Lesson(s) that address this concept
The sum of all periodic payments which includes any fees and interest paid over the term of the lease.
The sum of a firm's total fixed cost and total variable cost.
The cost of all the factors of production used by a firm. (p. 269)
The sum of the costs of all the inputs a firm uses in production.
Total Cost is the sum of transactions by spend
The total cost of an investment is automatically calculated and entered in the Total field on investment display screens. The total cost calculation includes principal, accrued interest and commission.
the sum of total fixed costs and total variable costs; see fixed costs and variable costs.
This is the total original cost of positions. When positions consist of several "lots" purchased at different prices, it is the total cost of the lots. Any expenses associated with an acquisition (i.e., postage, insurance, commissions).
The calculated cost of a project, task, resource, or assignment over the life of the project.
In the end, the amount you pay for a new car is more than the vehicle price. The total cost of the vehicle includes the vehicle price, plus the interest on the loan, plus the sales tax.
the sum of all the costs attributed to some specific object or activity.
The calculated cost of a project, task or resource over the life of a project. [D02067] MSP98
Cost of resources used in producing a product multiplied by the quantity produced.
fixed cost plus the variable cost
Dollar amount it will take to complete a proposed project. It includes sum of the direct and F&A costs of a project.
see gross total cost and net total cost.
The sum of average fixed costs and average variable costs multiplied by the quantity produced. p. 594
The sum of cost of all long open investments in a given account.
In economics, the total cost describes the total economic cost of production and is made up of variable and fixed costs.