What is FULL COST PRICING?

Selling price added to the direct cost per unit of a product including all overheads as well as projected profit margin. The profit margin is a fixed portion of the average total cost of the product. Less than full capacity use of a plant is numbered in to allow for ups and downs in the output. Part of a manufacturer’s overheads computation.

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