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The Costs and Benefits sections concludes the proposal and presents readers with the final pieces of information they need: 1) What will it cost and 2) What advantages does the proposal offer?
Costs and Benefits sections should make 5 moves:
Your Costs and Benefits draft should address the above moves. Use the textbook to help craft this section. As with the intro, your draft shouldn't simply respond to each move. Create a narrative the connects each move and situates readers to the conclusion of your proposal.