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what is the term for this ? delayed expenditures ?

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what is the term for this ? delayed expenditures ? [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2013, 21:05
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I am looking for the correct term for this, and at midnight my mind is blank.

Employee Jones occupies a position at ABC company, and faces a mandatory move due to a company policy of "check the blocks and get diversified." However Jones has calculated that by STAYING IN PLACE for another 12 months, saves his company $100,000. He is going to write a proposal to this effect to company management, arguing that he be allowed to stay in place.

Question: what is the term for this, something the CFO/etc bean counters will immediately recognize ? delayed expenditures ? cost offset ? etc ?

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Re: what is the term for this ? delayed expenditures ? [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2013, 23:38
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Hello

I am looking for the correct term for this, and at midnight my mind is blank.

Employee Jones occupies a position at ABC company, and faces a mandatory move due to a company policy of "check the blocks and get diversified." However Jones has calculated that by STAYING IN PLACE for another 12 months, saves his company $100,000. He is going to write a proposal to this effect to company management, arguing that he be allowed to stay in place.

Question: what is the term for this, something the CFO/etc bean counters will immediately recognize ? delayed expenditures ? cost offset ? etc ?

Thanks


You can use "Opportunity Cost" or "Incremental Saving/Cost"
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