2 edition of Accounting for costs of capacity. found in the catalog.
Accounting for costs of capacity.
National Association of Accountants.
Written in English
|Series||Its Research report,, no. 39|
|LC Classifications||HF5601 .N33 no. 39|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||63004976|
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In cost accounting, capacity refers to how much you can do, based on the assets (equipment, machinery, vehicles, and so forth) you have. In business, determining your true capacity level is a balancing act.
You want to avoid investing too much and then find that the capacity isn’t needed. The money you invest in unused [ ]. This book introduces capacity management, describes cash flow dynamics, and offers ideas about how to manage both. Business leaders rely on accounting data such as profit and calculated costs as a guide to whether they are making money.
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Columns like the one on returns, and the one on overheads, prompt an immense amount of e-mail that conveys an avid craving - and need - for information about some of the most basic. In cost accounting, a cost object is anything (a product line, a unit, a batch) that’s used to accumulate costs.
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