Real Cost

Real Cost

1. The total cost of a product after considering all ancillary costs, including opportunity costs.

2. The cost after considering inflation. See also: Real.
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European Foreign Policy chief Federica Mogherini pledged the EU's support for the ongoing reunification talks, saying on Friday "the real cost would be if the process failed".
com/RCO, Increasing Profitability by Lowering Your Real Cost of Ownership takes a close look at hard and soft costs over the lifetime of a vehicle, and the impact those factors can have on a business.
The Real Cost of Fracking: How America's Shale Gas Boom Is Threatening Our Families, Pets, And Food scrutinizes the air, water, and soil pollution generated through fracking, and the resulting poisonous ills visited upon nearby animals and vulnerable children.
This work will reflect estimated water production costs measured in US dollars per cubic metre and be published as part of the Rickards Real Cost Water Index, to be updated monthly.
1 provider of supplemental and guaranteed-renewable insurance in the United States, has launched the Real Cost Calculator, an innovative online tool that helps consumers understand the costs associated with common illnesses and injuries such as cancer, heart attack, fractured limbs and others.
The real cost of the SecurlD data breach at RSA Security earlier this year has been confirmed as costing the firm around $66 million in direct and attributable costs.
The Real Cost of Prisons Comix (PM Press), edited by Lois Ahrens, asks whether the billions of dollars invested annually in mass incarceration deliver on these promises.
The green building bottom line; the real cost of sustainable building.
The real cost of making a move up the property ladder therefore in this example would be pounds 58,000, a huge saving of pounds 45,000, and all by making a move now rather than in what could have been described as a more buoyant market in 2007.
I'M GLAD to learn socalled low fare airlines like Michael O'Leary's Ryanair and Aer Lingus will soon be forced to advertise the real cost of their flights.
Starting smart" should begin with the identification of discrete tasks or portions of the process that aren't necessarily core to the claims outcome but represent real cost to the claims operation.