Direct overhead

Direct overhead

A fraction of overhead costs devoted to the manufacturing sector of a firm to cover expenses such as rent and utilities.
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Direct Overhead

Costs of business that result directly from having and maintaining a business. Rent is a primary (and expensive) example of direct overhead, as are office supplies and raw material from which to make products.
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