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incremental cost

[‚iŋ·krə¦ment·əl ′kȯst]
(industrial engineering)
The difference between the costs and the revenues between two alternative procedures.
The cost of the last unit produced at a given level of production.
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No regulations exceeding the agency's total incremental cost allowance will be permitted in that fiscal year, unless required by law or approved in writing by the Director.
Incremental costs are the variable costs that are added when booking a new account, or removed when closing an inactive account.
21)At a minimum, the disallowance provision should apply only to the incremental cost incurred for the lobbying activity, where the underlying activity is generally undertaken in the normal course of business.
When you put together a pro forma for a marketing campaign, make sure you use incremental costs instead of fully allocated costs.
Costs of using Pegylated Interferon * Per Per Quality- Life-year Adjusted Life-Year Men Genotype 1 $91,000 $36,000 Other genotypes $37,000 $15,000 Women Genotype 1 $218,000 $55,000 Other genotypes $87,000 $24,000 * Incremental cost of using pegylated interferon plus ribavirin, compared with standard interferon plus ribavirin.
If the customer does not use the voucher, T recognizes as earned revenue the previously deducted estimated incremental cost (e.
The incremental cost is $29,970 per life-year saved with mastectomy alone and $72,780 per life-year saved with oophorectomy alone, Dr.
United Airlines utilizes a slightly different version of the incremental cost method to account for its free travel awards.
Exhibit 3, above, shows the proportionate savings (benefits from participating in the group effort) as the difference between a segment's stand-alone cost and its incremental cost of joining the group.
Data center automation is must-have technology for any customer deploying virtualization at scale; it provides the ability to manage virtual machines in the same manner as physical servers without adding incremental cost.
24 quality adjusted life years with an incremental cost effectiveness ratio of $88,700 per quality adjusted life year when compared to the MTWA risk stratification strategy.
Engelhard Corporation (NYSE:EC), one of the largest surface and materials science companies in the world, today announced that its Board of Directors has unanimously approved a recapitalization plan consisting of a self-tender offer for 26 million shares for $45 per share in cash, continued execution of the company's business strategy and incremental cost savings the company expects will deliver $15 million annually beginning in 2007.
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