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Cost accounts by Samuel F. Racine

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Published by The Western institute of accountancy, commerce and finance] in [Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

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  • Cost accounting.

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Edition Notes

Statementby Samuel F. Racine.
SeriesAccounting students" series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHF5686.C8 R3
The Physical Object
Pagination183 p.
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6645251M
LC Control Number22013072
OCLC/WorldCa6415197

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COMPANY ACCOUNTS, COST AND MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING MODULE I -PAPER 2. ICSI House, 22, Institutional Area, Lodi Road, New Delhi tel , fax + email. [email protected] website. ©. This book discussed about the basics of cost accounting, material, labour and overheads costing. Also highlighted the concept of activity based costing, cost records and different costing systems. This book explains the following topics: Double Entry System Of Accounting, Final Accounts, Cost Accounting, Marginal Costing, Management Accounting. Book value of a corporation is: the total amount of stockholders' equity appearing on a corporation's balance sheet. Examples of Book Value Calculations. If a company's computer system had a cost of $, and it has accumulated depreciation of $80,, the computer system has a . Cost accounting is defined as "a systematic set of procedures for recording and reporting measurements of the cost of manufacturing goods and performing services in the aggregate and in detail. It includes methods for recognizing, classifying, allocating, aggregating and reporting such costs and comparing them with standard costs.".