Introduction to Management Accounting
Offering a relevant, real-world decision-making approach to management accounting, this text develops a solid understanding of costs and cost behaviour and the use of cost information for planning and control decisions not just inventory valuation.
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absorption costing accounting equation accounting systems activity-based costing actual results analysis balance sheet break-even cash flows CHAPTER Compute contribution margin contribution-margin cost allocation cost behavior cost driver cost object cost per unit cost system debit decision decrease depreciation difference direct labor direct material dividends effects equipment equity equivalent units evaluating expected factory overhead FIFO financial statements fixed costs fixed overhead flexible budget flexible-budget variance Gross profit Identify income statement increase investment less liabilities LIFO management accounting manufacturing costs manufacturing overhead master budget measure method Multiple Choice multiple-choice questions opportunity cost organization overhead costs payable performance period physical units PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS PROBLEMS True process costing product costs purchase QUESTIONS AND PROBLEMS retained income return on sales revenues Review See textbook segment sold stockholders Stop and Review Study Tip textbook exhibit total assets total costs total fixed transfer prices variable costs work-in-process