Accounting Dictionary - Letter U

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Unavoidable fixed costs
are costs an entity has to incur if the entity wants to stay in business. Unavoidable costs cannot be eliminated even if a product line is discontinued or a decision is made to buy products instead of producing them internally. Examples of such costs include rent and taxes.
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