Distribution and selling cost budget, Cost Accounting

Distribution and Selling Cost Budget

This is the forecast of all costs incurred in distributing and selling the company's product throughout the budget period. This is closely concerned along with the sales budget in that this is mainly based on the volume of sales projected for the period.

Expenses involved are:

1.  Selling office costs

2. Salesman salaries and commission

3. Advertising expenses

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