Cost benefit approach - terms used in cost accounting, Cost Accounting

Cost Benefit Approach - Terms Used in Cost Accounting

Is the primary criterion for selecting with alternative accounting approaches? There is a direct relationship in a company between the funds management is willing to spend on cost analysis and the amount of time and the degree of reliability needed. If a company needs detailed records along with a high degree of accuracy, managers must given additional money and time for maintaining and compiling cost information.  Managers must only use cost analysis and control techniques while anticipated advantages in helping to achieve management goals exceed the cost.

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