Cost and management accounting workbook offers students valuable practice opportunities around specific topics. It has been developed with the aim of assisting students who have trouble in grasping cost accounting techniques.
Cost and management accounting workbook does not supplement any specific textbook, but rather covers the topics that students will be required to understand and master in order to complete their cost and management accounting modules successfully within the minimum required period. It provides the opportunity to practice further, with questions graded as basic, intermediate and advanced in an effort to cater for all students at various levels.
The contributors to this book are experienced lecturers who have drawn on their experience to construct targeted questions based on the areas with which the majority of their students experience issues.
Part A: Questions
Chapter 1: Introduction to cost concepts
Chapter 2: Cost classification and behaviour
Chapter 3: Inventory management and control
Chapter 4: Payroll accounting
Chapter 5: Allocation and absorption of overheads
Chapter 6: Statement of cost of goods manufactured and sold
Chapter 7: Break-even analysis
Chapter 8: Integrated accounting system and cost ledger accounting system
Chapter 9: Job order costing systems
Chapter 10: Contract costing
Chapter 11: Financial planning and budgeting
Chapter 12: Process costing
Chapter 13: Joint and by-products
Chapter 14: Direct and absorption costing
Chapter 15: Pricing decisions
Chapter 16: Standard costing and variance analysis
Part B: Solutions
Supplementary material available for this title includes:
Suggested answers to questions in the textbook
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