Accounting Dictionary - Letter S

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Sunk cost
is a cost that has already been incurred and will not be changed or avoided in the future. Sunk costs are not relevant in making decisions about replacement of items associated with such costs. For example, the cost of equipment purchased in the past is a sunk cost.
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