Define Ancillary costs, Accounting, Basic Statistics

Define Ancillary costs
Expenditures that is directly attributable to resource acquisition, such as freight and transportation costs, site preparation costs, and professional charges that are necessary to place a financial commitment resource into its intended state of operation. Supplementary price is capitalized as aspect of the price of a financial commitment resource. For a good financial commitment, ancillary costs include hips and commissions and are included as aspect of the price of it decision.
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