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expense that is difficult to trace directly to a specific costing object; also called common cost . National advertising that benefits more than one product and sales territory is an example of an indirect cost. Fixed factory overhead is another example.See also direct cost
manufacturing cost that cannot be easily seen in the product. Electricity, hazard insurance on the factory building, and real estate taxes are indirect costs.See also direct labor , factory overhead , direct material
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