Job costing, Cost Accounting

Job Costing

This is a costing method that is applied when a job or cost unit is relatively of small size, is undertaken to fit the customer's specifications and is of comparatively short period: every job moves via the operations continuously as an identifiable unit. The method is generally adopted by businesses that receive orders for work peculiar to the requirements of individual customers.

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