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Cost accounting : 

Cost accounting Introduction

COST - MEANING : 

COST - MEANING Cost means the amount of expenditure ( actual or notional) incurred on, or attributable to, a given thing.

COST ACCOUNTING - MEANING : 

COST ACCOUNTING - MEANING Cost accounting is concerned with recording, classifying and summarizing costs for determination of costs of products or services, planning, controlling and reducing such costs and furnishing of information to management for decision making

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COST MATERIALS LABOUR OTHER EXPENSES DIRECT DIRECT DIRECT INDIRECT INDIRECT INDIRECT OVERHEADS FOH AOH SOH DOH ELEMENTS OF COST

MATERIAL: The substance from which the finished product is made is known as material. Direct material is one which can be directly or easily identified in the product Eg: Timber in furniture, Cloth in dress, etc.Indirect material is one which cannot be easily identified in the product. : 

MATERIAL: The substance from which the finished product is made is known as material. Direct material is one which can be directly or easily identified in the product Eg: Timber in furniture, Cloth in dress, etc.Indirect material is one which cannot be easily identified in the product.

Examples of Indirect material : 

Examples of Indirect material At factory level – lubricants, oil, consumables, etc. At office level – Printing & stationery, Brooms, Dusters, etc. At selling & dist. level – Packing materials, printing & stationery, etc.

LABOUR: The human effort required to convert the materials into finished product is called labour.DIRECT LABOUR is one which can be conveniently identified or attributed wholly to a particular job, product or process.Eg:wages paid to carpenter, fees paid to tailor,etc.INDIRECT LABOUR is one which cannot be conveniently identified or attributed wholly to a particular job, product or process. : 

LABOUR: The human effort required to convert the materials into finished product is called labour.DIRECT LABOUR is one which can be conveniently identified or attributed wholly to a particular job, product or process.Eg:wages paid to carpenter, fees paid to tailor,etc.INDIRECT LABOUR is one which cannot be conveniently identified or attributed wholly to a particular job, product or process.

Examples of Indirect labour : 

Examples of Indirect labour At factory level – foremen’s salary, works manager’s salary, gate keeper’s salary,etc At office level – Accountant’s salary, GM’s salary, Manager’s salary, etc. At selling and dist.level – salesmen salaries, Logistics manager salary, etc.

OTHER EXPENSES are those expenses other than materials and labour.DIRECT EXPENSES are those expenses which can be directly allocated to particular job, process or product. Eg : Excise duty, royalty, special hire charges,etc.INDIRECT EXPENSES are those expenses which cannot be directly allocated to particular job, process or product. : 

OTHER EXPENSES are those expenses other than materials and labour.DIRECT EXPENSES are those expenses which can be directly allocated to particular job, process or product. Eg : Excise duty, royalty, special hire charges,etc.INDIRECT EXPENSES are those expenses which cannot be directly allocated to particular job, process or product.

Examples of other expenses : 

Examples of other expenses At factory level – factory rent, factory insurance, lighting, etc. At office level – office rent, office insurance, office lighting, etc. At sales & dist.level – advertising, show room expenses like rent, insurance, etc.

How to treat the following? : 

How to treat the following? Carriage Packaging expenses

COST SHEET DIRECT MATERIALDIRECT LABOURDIRECT EXPENSES PRIME COSTFACTORY OVERHEADS FACTORY COSTOFFICE OVERHEADS COST OF PRODUCTIONSELL & DIST OVERHEADS COST OF SALESPROFIT SALES : 

COST SHEET DIRECT MATERIALDIRECT LABOURDIRECT EXPENSES PRIME COSTFACTORY OVERHEADS FACTORY COSTOFFICE OVERHEADS COST OF PRODUCTIONSELL & DIST OVERHEADS COST OF SALESPROFIT SALES

COST SHEET - ADVANCED OPENING STOCK OF RAW MATERIALS+PURCHASES+CARRIAGE INWARDS-CLOSING STOCK OF RAW MATERIALS VALUE OF MATERIALS CONSUMED+DIRECT WAGES+DIRECT EXPENSES PRIME COST+FACTORY OVERHEADS+OPENING STOCK OF WIP-CLOSING STOCK OF WIP FACTORY COST (CONT.) : 

COST SHEET - ADVANCED OPENING STOCK OF RAW MATERIALS+PURCHASES+CARRIAGE INWARDS-CLOSING STOCK OF RAW MATERIALS VALUE OF MATERIALS CONSUMED+DIRECT WAGES+DIRECT EXPENSES PRIME COST+FACTORY OVERHEADS+OPENING STOCK OF WIP-CLOSING STOCK OF WIP FACTORY COST (CONT.)

FACTORY COST +ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEADS COST OF PRODUCTION+OPENING STOCK OF FINISHED GOODS-CLOSING STOCK OF FINISHED GOODS COST OF GOODS SOLD+SELL. & DIST. OVERHEADS COST OF SALES+PROFIT SALES : 

FACTORY COST +ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEADS COST OF PRODUCTION+OPENING STOCK OF FINISHED GOODS-CLOSING STOCK OF FINISHED GOODS COST OF GOODS SOLD+SELL. & DIST. OVERHEADS COST OF SALES+PROFIT SALES

COST CLASSIFICATION – ON THE BASIS OF : 

COST CLASSIFICATION – ON THE BASIS OF Nature Function Direct & indirect Variability Controllability Normality Financial accounting classification Time Planning and control Managerial decision making

ON THE BASIS OF NATURE : 

ON THE BASIS OF NATURE MATERIALS LABOUR EXPENSES

ON THE BASIS OF FUNCTION : 

ON THE BASIS OF FUNCTION MANUFACTURING COSTS COMMERCIAL COSTS – ADM AND S&D COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT : 

ON THE BASIS OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT DIRECT COSTS INDIRECT COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF VARIABILITY : 

ON THE BASIS OF VARIABILITY FIXED COSTS VARIABLE COSTS SEMI VARIABLE COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF CONTROLLABILITY : 

ON THE BASIS OF CONTROLLABILITY CONTROLLABLE COSTS UNCONTROLLABLE COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF NORMALITY : 

ON THE BASIS OF NORMALITY NORMAL COSTS ABNORMAL COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF FIN. ACC : 

ON THE BASIS OF FIN. ACC CAPITAL COSTS REVENUE COSTS DEFERRED REVENUE COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF TIME : 

ON THE BASIS OF TIME HISTORICAL COSTS PRE DETERMINED COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF PLANNING AND CONTROL : 

ON THE BASIS OF PLANNING AND CONTROL BUDGETED COSTS STANDARD COSTS

ON THE BASIS OF MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING : 

ON THE BASIS OF MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING MARGINAL COSTS OUT OF POCKET COSTS SUNK COSTS IMPUTED COSTS OPPORTUNITY COSTS REPLACEMENT COSTS AVOIDABLE COSTS UNAVOIDABLE COSTS RELEVANT AND IRRELEVANT COSTS DIFFERENTIAL COSTS

TERMS IN COST ACCOUNTING : 

TERMS IN COST ACCOUNTING COST UNIT COST CENTRE COST ESTIMATION COST ASCERTAINMENT COST ALLOCATION COST APPORTIONMENT COST REDUCTION COST CONTROL

METHODS OF COSTING : 

METHODS OF COSTING JOB COSTING CONTRACT COSTING BATCH COSTING PROCESS COSTING UNIT COSTING OPERATING COSTING OPERATION COSTING MULTIPLE COSTING

TYPES OF COSTING : 

TYPES OF COSTING UNIFORM COSTING MARGINAL COSTING STANDARD COSTING HISTORICAL COSTING DIRECT COSTING ABSORBTION COSTING