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COST ACCOUNTING By FOLORUNSHO MEJABI
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This text is based on questions and answers in a multiple choice format. The answers to the questions are provided towards the back pages of the text. The book will assist students in preparation for... More > their regular academic and professional exams. The book basically covers topics in Cost Accounting. It is good book for Accounting, Business and Finance students, financial analysts, bankers, economists, brokers, accountants, corporate gurus and managers of businesses. Happy Studying< Less
Cost Accounting By Prof. Dr. Kirti Pandey
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Modern business needs information about activities to be planned for the future. A major function of management is decision-making. It requires selection of an optimal course of action from among a... More > set of alternatives. Costing techniques play an important role in gathering and analyzing revenue and cost data. It also helps to control business results and to make a proper appraisal of the performance of persons working in an organisation. Cost accounting also helps in acquiring Plant and Machinery. Adding or dropping Product, make or buy decision, special pricing of products and replacement of assets.< Less
Fundamentals of Cost Accounting By NIrmit Rathod
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Cost Accounting is a concept related to cost management and management accounting
Q & A APPROACH TO COST ACCOUNTING By Daniel Nimo-Boampong
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Cost Accounting in questions and answers form. Just good for accounting and non-accounting managers as well as all learners of cost and accounting.
Cost Accounting Break Even By Homework Help Classof1
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"1) Determine the activity-cost-driver rate for packaging costs. 2) Using the ABC system, for the sugar cookie, compute the estimated overhead costs per thousand cookies. 3) Using the ABC... More > system, for the sugar cookie, compute the estimated operating profit per thousand cookies. 4) Using a traditional system (with direct labor hours as the overhead allocation base) for the sugar cookie, compute the estimated overhead costs per thousand cookies. 5) Using a traditional system (with direct labor hours as the overhead allocation base) for the sugar cookie, compute the estimated operating profit per thousand cookies. 6) Explain the difference between the profits obtained from the traditional system and the ABC system. Which system provides a better estimate of profitability? Why? "< Less
Cost Accounting Time Period By Homework Help Classof1
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Diversified Industries is a large conglomerate and is continually in the market for new acquisitions. The company has grown rapidly over the last 10 years through buyouts of medium-size companies. ... More > Diversified does not limit itself to companies in any one industry but looks for firms with a sound financial base and the ability to stand on their own financially.< Less
Cost Accounting Industry Averages By Homework Help Classof1
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Calculate a few ratios and compare Reed's results with industry averages. (Some industry averages are shown in Exhibit.) What do these ratios indicate?
Cost Accounting Same Net Income By Homework Help Classof1
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"a) What is Wilson’s break-even point in cases of widgets for the current year? b) What selling price per case must Wilson charge to cover the 15% increase in variable production costs... More > (the 15% increase includes all variable costs associated with this problem) and still maintain the current contribution margin percentage? c) What is the number of units that Wilson must achieve in the coming year to maintain the same net income after taxes as projected for the current year if the selling price of widgets remains at $9.60 per case and the variable production costs of widgets increase 15%? "< Less
Cost Accounting Concepts for Nonfinancial Executives and Managers By Dr. Haroon-Al-Rashid Shaikh
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In order to have a dispassionate view about the financial position of his company a financial manager has to make use of different management accounting techniques. Cost techniques have a precedent... More > over other techniques since the accounting treatment of cost is often both complex and financially significant.< Less
Cost Accounting Concepts for Nonfinancial Executives and Managers By Dr. Haroon-Al-Rashid Shaikh
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A reference book of Cost Accounting Concepts for Nonfinancial Executives and Managers.It is usefull for the student and teachers of commerce.