Conversion cost

This refers to the direct and indirect expenditure required to change an item from one state to another.

Conversion cost typically applies to converting raw material into finished goods or work in progress. It could also be applied to stages within a production process or to the intellectual effort required to take raw data and produce saleable business reports.

Conversion cost is a term normally found in management accounting.

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