Thursday, October 23, 2008

Organization Sustaining Costs

Organization-sustaining costs and the costs operating at idle capacity should not be assigned to products. They are not product costs. These costs represent resources that are not consumed by production of the products. Organization-sustaining costs can be considered sunk costs by the company

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