What Is a Fixed Expenditure?

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A fixed expenditure is an accounting term referring to a cost that does not change. For example office rent is typically fixed and does not change from month to month. A subscription service for a magazine or office cleaning typically does not change month to month and is also a fixed expenditure. While payroll may very well change from month to month as employees clock more or less hours.
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A fixed expenditure is a cost that doesn't fluctuate - or does so relatively slowly - compared to other expenses a company has during the month. Fixed expenditures run the gamut from
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