Raw materials. b. Equipment. c. Finished goods. d. Supplies.
c. methods used to distribute products or provide services. d. all of these. 3. Which of the following is not a segment asset of an operating segment? a.
* Cost Rollup Estimate. * Schedule Dates Start and Finish. * Responsibility Assignment Matrix (RAM). * Performance Measurement Baseline. * Constraints/Assumptions.
Costing Model: There are two costing models that can be used to allocate costs: traditional costing and activity based costing. Both costing models allocate direct material costs, direct labor costs and manufacturing overhead costs to the products being manufactured. However, the difference between the two models involves how the manufacturing overhead costs are allocated. Traditional costing allocates overhead costs to the products manufactured on the either direct labor hours, number of units produced, or machine hours used in production. The traditional costing method lumps all overhead costs into a single pool and allocates those costs across all products produced based on one of the three cost drivers (direct labor hours, number of units produced, or machine hours).
6.4 a. What is a cost pool? A cost pool is the dollar amount of overhead services to be allocated. It is made up of the total costs of one support department. b.
Advanced Practitioner Certificate Module 1: Provision of Effective & Efficient Administration Contents Task Introduction 1. Pay Method, Procedures and Audit 2. Types of Payroll Outputs and Recipients 3. Total Quality Management Conclusion Recommendations Reference List Bibliography Appendix Advanced Practitioner Certificate Module 1: Provision of Effective & Efficient Administration The Task: Using your own work area as the subject for study assess the effectiveness of the internal procedures that are used to administrate the payroll function and provide information to other stakeholders Introduction The aim of this report is to outline and assess the effectiveness of the internal administration procedures within Sita UK Limited. The company is a nationwide waste management organisation divided within two main divisions of Logistics and Processing.
Determining the effective capacity of a resource over some period of time 3. Which of the following is an input to the master production schedule (MPS)? The aggregate plan 4. Which of the following is an input file necessary to run an MRP program? Bill of materials (BOM) file 5.
Less costly financing c. 100% financing at fixed rates d. All of these 23. Which of the following best describes current practice in accounting for leases? a. Leases are not capitalized. b.
Enter the total number of hours covered by the form. For assigned training projects, see AR 140-1. (3) Column c. Enter the number of retirement point credits earned. One point will be credited for each
C. Delivery has occurred or services have been rendered. D. The seller's price to the buyer is fixed or determinable. 3. "Bill and Hold" refers to an arrangement where A. Sales are recorded but are not shipped.