Advantages of cost accounting, Cost Accounting

ADVANTAGES OF COST ACCOUNTING

1.         It helps in efficient decision making.

2.         It assists in cost drop.

3.         It is useful in obsession of selling price

4.         It guide to successful inventory control.

5.         It aids in the reduction of wastage.

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