ADM3346 - Cost Accounting Midterm :pencil2: (Chapter 1 - The…
ADM3346 - Cost Accounting Midterm
Chapter 18 - Spoilage, Rework, and Scrap
Chapter 17 - Process Costing
Chapter 5 - Activity-Based Costing and Management
Chapter 4 - Job Costing
Chapter 11- Decision Making and Relevant Information
- Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
- An Introduction to Cost Terms and Purposes
- The Accountant's Vital Role in Decision Making
Corporate Governance and Professional Ethics
Key Management Accounting Guidelines and Organization Structure
Decision Making, Planning, and Control: The Five-Step Decision-Making Process
Value-Chain and Supply-Chain Analysis and Key Success Factors
: Financial and Management Accounting
specifies how an organization matches its own capabilities with the opportunities in the marketplace.
Financial vs. Management Accounting
Management Accounting focuses on measuring, analysing and reporting financial and non-financial information to internal managers. The goal is to use the past to predict the future.
Financial Accounting focuses on reporting to external parties while following GAAPS and standards (IFRS/ASPE). Any business activities with Economic Substance is reported.
includes the activities of identifying, reporting and analyzing all costs of operations
measures and reports financial and non-financial information related to the costs of acquiring and using resources.
Processing any economic transaction means collecting, categorizing, summarizing and analyzing
Chapter 10 - Analysis of Cost Behaviour