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Fixed cost

A cost that does not vary depending on production or Sales levels, such as Rent, Property tax, Insurance, or interest Expense.

Related Terms: 9 Expense, Insurance, Interest, Interest expense, Property, Property tax, Rent, Sales, Tax
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