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PIRSA’s cost recovery charges are calculated using Activity Based Costing, consistent with best practice as discussed in the Australian Cost Recovery Guidelines. This involves the apportionment of direct, indirect, corporate and capital costs to activities, which are then apportioned to cost recovered outputs. Capital costs comprise depreciation, which spreads the cost of assets over their useful lives, and cost of capital which recognises that funds could have been invested elsewhere in government and earned a return commensurate with the risk profile of the asset Read more↗

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