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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The Living Wage pays both our staff and also our suppliers' employees, like cleaners for instance, at the real cost of living, not just the minimum wage.
Based on the results of the model, The Real Cost is associated with an estimated 348,398 U.
By creating an algorithm that combines artificial intelligence with user experience, Biz Airlines is able to produce a real cost value that compares the actual flight cost to the real cost of the entire business trip and potential time wasted.
Food and Drug Administration announced today it is expanding its award-winning The Real Cost campaign to educate rural, white male teenagers about the negative health consequences associated with smokeless tobacco use.
No doubt the real cost of generating electricity from the different systems could be provided but the real cost to the consumer is more complex if subsidies under the Renewables Obligation and guaranteed price agreements are taken into account.
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".
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.
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.
We have assembled this ranking to try and explain to our readers the real cost involved when using credit cards.
The Real Cost of Public Schools" contends that the figures most commonly associated with spending on K-12 public education do not include all relevant expenditures.