Determine a simplified single cost allocation rate, Cost Accounting

When implementing ABC, once a company has identified business activities and their costs, the company will probably:

A) determine a simplified single cost allocation rate

B) where possible, reclassify activities and costs from product cost to period cost.

C) determine multiple cost allocation rates

D) eliminate each of the activities

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