Activity-Based Costing: Making It Work for Small and Mid-Sized Companies

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Wiley, Aug 23, 2002 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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* A practical, cost-effective guide to ABC for small to medium companies.
* Identifies the key cost related issues in organizations and shows how to develop a cost-flow structure that reflects the organization's cost behavior.
* Feature an ongoing case study throughout the book documents the model-building process.
* Provides a spreadsheet model blueprint that details data flows.
* Shows how a cost model of an organization can be developed using basic spreadsheet software on a PC.

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DOUGLAS T. HICKS, CPA, CMC, is a Senior Managing Consultant at BKD, LLP, the nation's eighth largest accounting and consulting firm, and Team Leader of their Decision Costing Services practice. Before entering consulting in 1985, he spent fifteen years in public accounting at Ernst & Young, and in industry with Hayes-Albion Corporation and Kelsey-Hayes Company. Hicks is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Michigan Association of CPAs, the Institute of Management Accountants, and the Institute of Management Consultants. He is also the author of Activity-Based Costing for Small and Mid-Sized Businesses: An Implementation Guide, published by Wiley.

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