Cost Accounting A Managerial Emphasis Study Set 1
Quiz 14: Period Cost Allocation
One of the Purposes of Allocating Indirect Costs Is to Justify
One of the purposes of allocating indirect costs is to justify costs or compute reimbursement amounts.
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When using the causality criterion, cost drivers are selected based on a cause-and-effect relationship between the business functions.
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The narrower the scope of service provided by, for example, R&D, the more important it is to allocate costs proportionately to the benefits received by the internal users.
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