Unavoidable Costs

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Unavoidable Costs

Costs a company incurs regardless of the operational decisions it makes. Examples of unavoidable costs include rent, office supplies and some taxes.
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Otherwise, the Eurozone's current weaknesses will undermine the sustainability of the EMU itself, by generating uncontrollable costs that all EU countries will have to pay.
sible is a driving force behind the LFMC, but there are some uncontrollable costs such as diesel fuel prices.
Not many business are faced with this level of what you could almost say are uncontrollable costs.
It cannot be blamed on uncontrollable costs, bad management or waste.
Benefit plan costs may become unaffordable in the future unless steps are taken today to immunize the plan from these uncontrollable costs.
Other terms discussed include sunk direct variable differential marginal traceable and uncontrollable costs.
Lack of reserve funds Failing to prepare for volatile markets and uncontrollable costs.
The airline has struggled to capitalise on growth as it got squeezed between uncontrollable costs and increasingly unfettered competition.
But Lieber said that the Bloomberg administration has been forced to cut the amount of funds available for its capital program because it was one of the avenues of spending it could control while other uncontrollable costs, such as pensions and healthcare, have ballooned.
It is even possible, in this day of action against the oil multiples, for the retail giants to rally together and show their might by sharing uncontrollable costs such as fuel.
At the same time, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg projected budget deficits of about $5 billion a year in 2010-12, driven largely by increases in uncontrollable costs including Medicaid, pensions, and fringe benefits.