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Cost Acct. Exam 2

Cost Acct. Exam 2 Goesell

TermDefinition
Spoiled Units Are units that cannot be economically reworked to bring them up to standard.
Job-Order Cost Sheet The document that contains all information about the costs of a specific job.
Relevant Costs Are anticipated future costs that will differ among various alternatives.
Sales Budget The starting point for any master budget.
Pro Forma Financial Statements Chronologically, the last part of the master budget to be prepared.
Job-Order Cost Sheet Provides management with a historical summation of total costs for a given product.
Cost Driver Any activity that causes cost to be incurred.
Total Variance The difference between total actual cost and total cost applied for the actual output of the period.
Job-Order Costing System This is when overhead is typically assigned to jobs on the basis of some cost driver.
Created by: sfrase