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Lectures 9-11 Summary

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Summary of lectures nine to eleven:

  • Lecture 9 - Introduction to Management Accounting
  • Lecture 10 - Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis
  • Lecture 11 - Special Business Decisions and Capital Budgeting

The subject was called "Accounting for Business" back when I did it in 2009 but the subject number has not changed.


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Economy Business economics Business Management accounting Costs Gross margin Cost–volume–profit analysis Cost of goods sold Inventory Variable cost Contribution margin Income statement
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Topics this document covers:
Economy Business economics Business Management accounting Costs Gross margin Cost–volume–profit analysis Cost of goods sold Inventory Variable cost Contribution margin Income statement
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Primary users Internal the company's managers External investors, creditors and government authorities e.g. ASIC 2. Purpose of information Help managers to plan and control business operations Help investors, creditors and others make investment, credit and other decisions 3. Focus and time dimension Relevance and focus on future e.g. 20X7 budget prepared in 20X6 Reliability, objectivity and focus on the past e.g. 20X6 actual performance reported in 20X7 4. Type of report Internal reports not restricted by accounting standards determined by cost-benefit analysis Financial statements restricted by accounting standards 5. Verification No independent audit Annual independent audit by public accountant 6. Scope of information Detailed reports on parts of the company (products, departments, territories), often on a week...
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