Definitions for "cost-plus"
determining payment based on the actual cost of production plus an agreed-upon fee or rate of profit; as, a cost-plus government contract.
A means of pricing, often used when the costs cannot easily be predicted, that adds a percentage to the costs for recovery purposes.
A method of pricing where merchandise is billed at cost, with a percentage mark-up, or dollar charge, added for services rendered.
a charge which covers the costs incurred by the network operator in providing services for other operators, including a reasonable return on capital employed.