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3/30/11 Pricing Philosophy l In public recreation programs, fees and charges are increasing as tax income fails to provide the financial base for the quantity and quality of desired programs
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3/30/11 Pricing Philosophy l Pricing determines who will and who will not participate l Pricing must be affordable for the target market
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3/30/11 Pricing Philosophy l Program Management Accounting System Helps agencies to better manage program pricing practices l Three Purposes: Full Cost Accounting (full cost of production) Differential Accounting (alternates) Responsibility Accounting (sub-units)
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3/30/11 Pricing Philosophy l Determined by the agency’s role in society, the funding available, and the types of services offered by the agency Commercial (goods and services; maximize profits) Public and Not-for-profit (third-party funding)
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Public Recreation l Community dissatisfaction = withdrawal of political and financial support l Who benefits and who pays??? l
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