6 edition of Shop expense analysis and control found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Nicholas Thiel Ficker.|
|Series||Industrial management library|
|LC Classifications||TS155 .F5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 236 p.|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||17014072|
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Expense: A decrease in owner’s equity due to using up assets. An expense for office supplies, for instance, uses up cash assets.; A purchased capital asset (such as a factory machine) decreases book value over time through depreciation expense.; A prepaid expense, such as prepaid floor space rent, is an.
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As you complete this chart, you must decide whether each of your expenses is a “fixed expense” or a “flexible expense.” If the expense is “fixed,” put the amount in Column A. The operating expense analysis is being made in this regard and things are plotted in real time. All types of operating expenses are plotted in a detailed and comprehensive document to check what can be done with one type or the other.
The definition of expense sounds similar to that of cost: "an amount of money that must be spent especially regularly to pay for something." But notice the extra words " especially regularly." Price is often linked to the cost of a product to the producer or seller.
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