Semi-Variable Cost(redirected from Semi-Variable Costs)
A cost for an individual or company that consists of a fixed base cost and another cost that changes from time period to time period. For example, suppose one's landlord rolls utility costs together with the rent. One's rent thus becomes a semi-variable cost because one pays the rent (a fixed cost) and the electric, gas, and water bills (variable costs) together with the same check.
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