Cost Accounting: Principles and Applications, Study Guide and Working Papers

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McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 1998 - Business & Economics - 340 pages
Cost Accounting provides comprehensive coverage of cost accounting principles and techniques in short learning segments that make it easier for students to learn and understand the material. In addition to a clear, concise writing style, carefully planned organization, and numerous illustrations, this new edition now offers an even more attractive design that enhances learning while maintaining student interest. A spreadsheet applications disk can be packaged with the text.

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Contents

Monitoring Costs
7
Purchasing Materials
17
Storing and Issuing Materials
25
Copyright

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