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Cost Accounting Practice Questions & Solutions

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The purpose of this course is to give you an opportunity to have in-depth knowledge of Cost Accounting with regard to the changing environment. This course will assist you to acquire adequate knowledge of the principles and practice of Cost Accounting, either for academics or professional or daily challenges at work.

This course is prepared with a brief explanation of the principle of each subject. Illustration questions and solutions were equally provided for self-help in the application and knowledge of the principles.

This course is a compilation of various tested academics and professional lecture notes on Cost Accounting with video illustrations on practical Accounting Questions.


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What Will You Learn?

  • You'll learn the step-by-step process of answering Cost Accounting Questions and Quizzes.

Course Content

Material Pricing & Stock Valuation
The following are the main pricing methods that we'll look into at the cause of this study. 1. FIFO Method 2. LIFO Method and 3. Weighted Average Method

  • Intro on FIFO, LIFO, and Weighted Average.
  • FIFO | First-In, First-Out
  • LIFO | Last-In, First-Out
  • Weighted Average Method

Labour Costing
There are different methods used in calculating labour cost. In this lesson, We will focus on three methods that fall under the PRODUCTIVITY SCHEME – they are; 1. Halsey Bonus Scheme 2. Halsey Weir Bonus Scheme and 3. Rowan Bonus Scheme.

These formulas have been abbreviated in this article just for reference purposes and to help you remember them without stress. Please do not abbreviate while solving questions on Inventory Control in tests and examinations. Watch the video below

Economic Order Quantity (EOQ)
This is the re-order quantity where the total relevant cost of inventory is minimized. EOQ is also known as optimal re-order quantity. It also the ordering quantity at which the control cost ordering is minimized.

Overhead Costing
Overhead costs are those costs that cannot be traced directly to the level of activities of an organization. The overhead cost can be further described as “the cost of indirect materials, indirect labor, and indirect expenses”.

Kosten voor contracten


Budgeting (Cash Budget)

Joint Product Costing

Standard Costing

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4 jaar ago
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4 jaar ago
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5 jaar ago
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