- step-function cost
- An item of expenditure that when plotted on a graph against activity levels gives a stepped function; i.e. increments of cost are incurred as activity rises.

*Accounting dictionary.
2014.*

- step-function cost
- An item of expenditure that when plotted on a graph against activity levels gives a stepped function; i.e. increments of cost are incurred as activity rises.

*Accounting dictionary.
2014.*

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