Non Controllable Fixed Costs

What are Non Controllable Fixed Costs?

Non controllable fixed costs are those which the profit center manager cannot control such as depreciation and tax.
Non Controllable fixed costs are used when producing a Contribution Margin Income statement to monitor and measure the contribution made by a profit center.

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