An introduction to managerial accounting written from the manager's viewpoint. Emphasizes the interpretation and use of accounting information by managers in order to make sound business decisions. Class-tested for content, pacing and accuracy. Includes more than 800 questions, exercises and problems. Chapter objectives and margin notes highlight important points, allowing students to review topics quickly.
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Table of Contents
DEVELOPING A COST DATA BASE FOR MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING.
Cost Classifications, Concepts, and Uses.
Job Order Costing Systems.
Product Costing for Repetitive Production.
Cost Behavior and Contribution Margin Reporting.
USE OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR DECISION MAKING WITH A PLANNING FOCUS.
Decision Making Based on Relevant Information.
Budgeting: A Management Tool for Financial Planning and Control.
USE OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING FOR DECISION MAKING WITH A CONTROL FOCUS.
Standard Costs: Direct Materials and Direct Labor.
Flexible Budgets and Standard Manufacturing Overhead Costing.
Profit Variance Analysis.
Accounting for Decentralized Operations.
CONSIDERATION OF SPECIALIZED MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING TOPICS.
Cost Allocation: A Closer Look.
Quantitative Methods and Managerial Accounting.
Analysis of Financial Statements.
Statement of Cash Flows.