Management accounting, Managerial Accounting

Management Accounting

An accounting discipline concerned with the use of financial information. It used to relevant information by managers and other decision makers inside a specific company. The information is designed to facilitate organizational, strategic, and operational decisions. The main motive of accounting is to enhance the ability of management to perform its job of decision making, planning, and control.

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