Definitions for "Acquisition Costs"
Costs of acquiring property other than purchase price, for example, attorney fees, title insurance, lender's fees.
The total cost of obtaining new subscribers. This would typically include promotion costs, return postage cost, invoicing and premium costs, and the cost of free copies despatched before bad payers are cut-off. Typically, each source group has different acquisition costs
Direct costs and indirect costs incurred to acquire legal rights to wasting natural resources. Direct costs include costs incurred to obtain options to lease or purchase mineral rights and costs incurred for the actual leasing (e.g., lease bonuses) or purchasing of the rights. Indirect costs include such costs as: brokers' commissions and expenses; abstract and recording fees; filing and patenting fees; and costs of legal examination of title and documents.
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