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Semi-variable costs are partly fixed and partly variable.
By control ability: controllable, uncontrollable costs. Controllable costs are those which can be controlled or influenced by conscious management action. Uncontrollable costs cannot be controlled or influenced by conscious management action. By normality: normal costs and abnormal costs. Normal costs arise during routine day-to-day business operations. Abnormal costs arise because of any abnormal activity or event not part of routine business operations. By Time: Historical costs and predetermined costs.
Historical costs are costs incurred in the past.
Predetermined costs are computed in advance on basis of factors affecting cost elements. Example: Standard Costs.
By Decision making Costs: These costs are used for managerial decision making. Differential costs: This cost is the difference in total cost that will arise from the selection of one alternative to the other. Opportunity costs: It is the value of benefit sacrificed in favour of an alternative course of action.
Relevant cost: The relevant cost is a cost which is relevant in various decisions of management. Replacement cost: This cost is the cost at which existing items of material or fixed assets can be replaced. Thus this is the cost of replacing existing assets at present or at a future date. Shutdown cost: These costs are the costs which are incurred if the operations are shut down and they will disappear if the operations are continued.