Asked on 12 Jan

Which best describes the difference between general and job overhead costs?

a. General overhead costs that are incurred regardless of whether a project is being executed. These are the costs associated with operating the construction company. Conversely, job overhead is the administrative costs directly associated with the execution of a specific project.

b. General overhead costs that are incurred after a project is being executed, job overhead is the administrative costs directly associated with the execution of a specific project. These are the costs associated with operating the construction company.

c. General overhead costs that are incurred regardless of whether a project is being executed. These are the costs associated with operating the owner's new facility. Conversely, job overhead is the administrative costs directly associated with the execution of a specific project.

d. None of these.

 

Answered on 12 Jan

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