For instance, my gross sales are $400,000, my cost of sales are $240,000 and I have fixed expenses
The increased time in the office will not raise fixed expenses
While interest rates have continued the downward spiral, most other fixed expenses
a cooperative must address have spiked drastically during the same two-year period.
In Table 4, the salary and the portion of the general and administrative costs related to the billings and account receivable functions (BAR) are considered traceable fixed expenses
Your fixed expenses
include: mortgage or rent, property taxes, utilities, homeowner's expenses, car and life insurance, groceries, clothing and dry-cleaning costs, public transportation, gas and maintenance for your car, phone bill, household help, tax liability, credit card and bank payments, and miscellaneous necessary expenses.
In the other direction, fixed expenses
(primarily composed of property taxes) that usually rise by 10 percent or more, rose by 6.
, notably property taxes and insurance, constituted the largest portion of expenses in 1992 (32 percent).
You've estimated that your total fixed expenses
for the year will be $200,000 (including rent, insurance and administrative salaries).
The continued rise, however, in fixed expenses
has eliminated gains in estimated net operating income.