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Fixed cost

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In accounting, fixed costs are expenses that do not change in proportion to the activity of a business -- within the relevant period or scale of production. For example, the office rent you pay is a fixed cost, no matter how much business activity takes place within that space. If you can increase your revenue without increasing your fixed costs, you will improve your margin.

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