OBJECTIVES OF COST ACCOUNTING, Cost Accounting

OBJECTIVES OF COST ACCOUNTING :
1-DETERMINING SELLING PRICE
2-CONTROLING COST
3- PROVIDING INFORMATION FOR DESING MAKING
4-ASCERTAINING COSTING PROFIT
5-Facilitating preparation of financial and other statements
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