Definitions for "Cost-benefit Analysis"
a type of economic evaluation in which both the disadvantages (costs) and advantages (benefits) of an investment, purchase or process are weighed.
See benefit-cost analysis.
Comparing Present Value of Expected Benefits with Costs
a commonly used tool in the business world, but appears to be infrequently used in the world of government finance and public policy
a much better choice to qualify the best options for do it yourself debt negotiation, settlement, and reduction alternatives
Keywords:  approach, integral, part
an integral part of our approach