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|Document Type:||Book, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Mark P Holtzman
|Description:||xviii, 334 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
Part I. Introducing Managerial Accounting: The role of managerial accounting ; Using managerial accounting in your business --
Part II. Understanding and Managing Costs: Classifying costs ; Figuring cost of goods manufactured and sold ; Teaching costs to behave: variable and fixed costs ; Allocating overhead ; Job order costing: having it your way ; Process costing: get in line --
Part III. Using Costing Techniques for Decision-Making: Straight to the bottom line: examining contribution margin ; capital budgeting: should you buy that? ; Reality check: making and selling more than one product ; The price is right: knowing how much to charge ; Spreading the wealth with transfer prices --
Part IV. Planning and Budgeting: Master budgets: planning for the future ; Flexing your budget: when plans change --
Part V. Using Managerial Accounting for Evaluation and Control: Responsibility accounting ; Variance analysis: to tell the truth ; the balanced scoreboard: reviewing your business's report card ; Using the theory of constraints to squeeze out of a tight spot --
Part VI. The Part of Tens: Ten key managerial accounting formulas ; Ten careers in managerial accounting ; Ten legends in managerial accounting.
|Series Title:||--For dummies.|
|Responsibility:||by Mark P. Holtzman.|