Cost accounting allows managers to compare actual costs to budgeted costs incurred during each stage of the manufacturing or production process. Managers may switch from one supplier of raw materials to another or alter their hourly wages based on the information that cost accounting provides. A chart showing the five different components of cost accounting allows accounting personnel to evaluate which method they want to use to calculate, report, and analyze costs and allows non-accounting personnel to visualize the process.A job may be a service or manufactured item, such as the repair of equipment or the treatment of a patient in a hospital. Managerial Cost Accounting System The organization and procedures, whether automated or not, and whether part of the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Cost Accounting (Speedy Study Guides)|
|Publisher||:||Speedy Publishing LLC - 2014-06-17|