Role of the management accountant, Managerial Accounting

Define role of Management Accountant

The main role of management accountant is defined below.

Planner e.g. budgeting
Information provider e.g. operating statements
Controller e.g. budgetary control
Motivator e.g. providing budgets
Decision maker e.g. relevant costing 

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