Overhead analysis

In 100 words or more reply to the statement below about overhead analysis

  • Overhead analysis refers to all ongoing business expenses not including direct labor, direct materials or third-party expenses that are billed directly to the customer. Overhead analysis can also be looked at as being part of the company operation in its entirety. If my place of business wasn’t able to receive the supplies that were ordered for the office. That would not shut us down it would be looked at as a delay. Also if there were some small repairs that needed to be looked at within the business that wouldn’t shut us down either. Supplies and repairs along with a things such as utility, and telephone are all considered as overhead.


 

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