One way to cut costs is to do less work.
How much are they the result of a need to cut costs?
The 10-cent increase is expected to cut costs by $1.3 million.
At the same time, the company is trying to cut costs.
He could not allow himself to be cut away from these others, no matter what the cost.
You have cut the cost of the natural gas in half.
"We cut our costs by 22 percent over the last two years and that certainly helped."
It's part of my business to help companies cut costs.
He doesn't have a lot of room to cut costs, however.
"The government has to start thinking of education as an investment and not a place to cut costs."
But he could not provide a detailed explanation of what that tax cut would cost the city in revenue.
When fully put into effect over the next several years, the cuts would cost the state more than $800 million in revenues.
The cuts would cost $344 billion in 2027 and $377 billion in 2033.
But other cuts could cost money in the long run.
If the cut costs executives some pay, the rest of us might find this bearable.
Democrats worry that this cut would cost the state treasury too much.
"The cut and the color probably cost around three hundred dollars."
Those cuts would have cost $123 billion over 10 years, versus $11.2 billion for the wage increase.
That $11 million cut could cost the state $100 million.
The cuts would cost the state and local governments nearly $1 billion.