Management accounting , Managerial Accounting

Management Accounting

1) Which is concerned with provision of information to people within the organization to help them make better decisions? Management accounting is concerned with the provision and interpretation of the information required by management at all levels for the following purposes:

2) Formulating the policies of the organization

3) Planning the activities of the organization in the long-term, medium-term and short-term (Strategic to operational planning)

4) Controlling the activities of the organization.

5) Decision-making

6) Performance appraisal

7) Management accounting can also be said to be concerned with data gathering (both from internal and external sources), analyzing, processing, interpreting and communicating the resulting information for use within the organization, so that management can more effectively plan, make decisions and control operations.

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