Behavioral classification of costs, Cost Accounting

Behavioral Classification of Costs

Definition

Cost behavior refers to the change in costs as increase or may decrease like the output level changes that are like we rising output, are the costs increasing, remaining or dropping the similar.

Cost Behavior can be utilized to produce different classifications of costs like:

a) Variable Costs Vs. Fixed Costs

b) Direct Vs. Indirect costs

c) Controllable Vs. Non Controllable costs

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