Problems in Cost Accounting (Classic Reprint)

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The raw material consumed added to the labor costs, are said to give the prime cost of manufacturing.

In addition to the foregoing items Of expense there are many fac tory or overhead charges which must be met. Careful records of these general factory expenses must be kept and a proper proportionate share must be attributed to each department. The overhead added to the prime cost gives the total cost of manufacture. By adding a further selling cost or commercial burden, the total cost to produce the com modity (to manufacture and sell it) is Obtained. The difference between the selling price and these total costs is the profit made by the concern. The cost accountant seeks to systematize the various cost records so that they may be kept accurately for a given business and so that they will form the basis for efficient and economical organization Of the factory, to the end that costs may be kept as low as possible.

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Author(s) - Dewitt Carl Eggleston


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ISBN - 9780331874013

Dimensions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 2.3 cm

Page Count - 367


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