Accounting Dictionary

Overhead Costs

Overhead is a product cost that includes indirect labor, indirect materials, and other expenses such as taxes, utilities, insurance, depreciation, and repairs.

Direct labor and Factory Overhead are part of conversion costs. Conversion costs are the costs needed to convert raw materials into a salable product.

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