An investment in the future of a business.
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What is Capex?
John Spacey, updated on February 11, 2017
Capital expenditure, or capex, are funds that are used to acquire or upgrade long term assets such as property, plant and equipment. Capex is often defined as investments in the future of a business. For tax purposes, capex can not be fully deducted in the year it is paid but must be capitalized and then amortized or depreciated over the life of the asset.
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A list of common types of business cost.
A principle of financial accounting.A list of common types of business cost.
A definition of cost escalation with an example.
Common examples of cost reduction.
The common types of cost estimate.A definition of relevant cost with examples.
Detailed examples of how to map out the cost structure of a business.
The definition of cost competition with examples.
An overview of cost goals with examples.A list of common business risks. The four things that can be done about risk. A list of techniques for reducing risk. The potential that you'll achieve too much of a good thing.
Any risk that people have a strong aversion too.
The surprising similarities between risk and opportunity.
The difference between risk management and contingency planning.The common types of uncertainty in decision making and strategy.
The common types of inventory risk.
An overview of common business risk management techniques.
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