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Simply take the fixed expenses we just talked about and divide it by your gross profit percentage.
The high fixed expenses of building and managing a captive agent system became an obvious target.
The rise in revenues allowed us to cover the rise in variable and fixed expenses," it said.
It is so named because it "contributes" toward covering fixed expenses and then towards profits (for a detailed discussion on cost, please see the January-February 2002, Nuts and Bolts of Business in The Physician Executive).
The same reinsurance marketplace that is driving up insurance companies' premiums for healthcare facilities will impact the fixed expenses and the capital requirements of captives.
``What we have found is that poor families will pay their fixed expenses first, like rent and transportation, and will use what's left for food,'' said Michael Flood, executive director of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, which feeds more than 300,000 county residents each week.
While interest rates have continued the downward spiral, most other fixed expenses a cooperative must address have spiked drastically during the same two-year period.
It "contributes" toward covering fixed expenses and then towards profits.