Accounting Dictionary - Letter M

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Mixed costs
(also called semivariable costs or semifixed costs) are costs that contain components of both variable and fixed cost behavior patterns. An example of a mix cost is retail office rent which includes a flat rent amount and an additional amount calculated as a percentage of the store's sales.
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