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Contrast and Compare Absorption Costing with Marginal Costing
Finance & Accounting
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Contrast and Compare Absorption Costing With Marginal Costing Your name ……………………… College …………………………. Date of Submission ……………. Words-count: 2142 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Full Costing: Conceptual Framework and key assumptions 3 Variable Costing: Conceptual Framework and key assumptions 4 Full and Variable Costing: Compared and Contrasted to Product and Service Cost 7 Product Costing and Service Costing 7 Strengths of Variable Costing 9 Weaknesses 9 Strengths of Full Costing 10 Weaknesses 11 Full Costing or Variable Costing: Does the Choice matters?
The Strict adherence to a particular costing method is critically important to effectively managing the finance in a firm since its management will be bale to make proper appraisal of the productivity as well as performance of various costs units in the firm. This piece of research reviews full costing and variable costing and outlines the conceptual framework and key assumptions of these cost methods. This paper compares and contrasts these approaches to product and services costing with a view to explain whether the choice of full costing or variable costing still matter or not. Full Costing: Conceptual Framework and key assumptions Full costing, also commonly termed as Absorption Costing, refers to a costing method in which all manufacturing costs, including variable as well as fixed costs, are attributed to the production costs. Hilton, Maher and Selto (200, p. 58) stated that full costing applies all manufacturing-overheads to manufactured goods along with direct materials and direct labor costs. ...
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