Differential costs opportunity costs and sunk costs Student’s name Tutor’s name Institution Course Date Differential costs they can also be referred to as relevant costs. These costs are always relevant with respect to a given decision. For instance if the price of alternative A observed then the firm may be in a risk of closure due to poor management and lack of funds to run it properly. No firm can survive with no or fewer funds. Also competition from other firms may be a threat to it. References https://saylordotorg.github.io/text_managerial-accounting/s11-how-are-relevant-revenues-and-.html [...]
Do you believe a firm must have a firm grasp of the concepts of differential cost, opportunity cost and sunk cost to be effective in making business decisions? Please be sure that your first post talks about these three different types of costs. Consider giving examples - especially if you have examples within your own employment experience. Please use credible online sources such as accounting firms and universities in the U.S. Please cite any resources that you use and include the links to their websites.