Absorption costing, Cost Accounting

What is an advantage of using absorption costing?

A. It permits a business to calculate the break-even point for production.

B. It permits a business to calculate the total cost of goods produced.

C. It permits a business to show a lower value for yearend inventory.

D. It permits decision-making on utilising spare capacity by increasing production.

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