Textbook Notes for ACC 410 at Ryerson University

RYERSONACC 410Keith WhelanWinter

Accounting Textbook Chapter Notes 5,8,10,11.docx

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19 Apr 2012
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Product costs are costs involved in either making/purchasing a product, and they are called manufacturing/inventoriable costs; they are the direct/indi
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RYERSONACC 410Vanessa MagnessWinter

ACC 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Balanced Scorecard, Organizational Ethics, Management Accounting

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15 Apr 2011
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Chapter 1: the role of accounting i nformation in ethical management decision-  uncertainties: issues and information about which we have doubt.  bia
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RYERSONACC 410Peggy WooSummer

ACC 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gross Margin, Nonlinear Functional Analysis, Regression Analysis

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14 May 2012
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Chapter 3: cost - volume - profit (cvp) analysis. Cvp analysis: cvp analysis looks at the relationship between selling prices, sales volumes, costs, an
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RYERSONACC 410Keith WhelanWinter

Chapter 5

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18 Apr 2011
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Product costs costs involved in either making or purchasing a product, and they are called manufacturing or inventoriable, costs. Period costs operatin
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RYERSONACC 410Keith WhelanWinter

ACC410 Chapters 1-4 Textbook Notes

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12 Feb 2012
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Gaap, and it helps managers to plan/control/measure performance. The so-called relevant range (ex: cost of leasing an airplane/month is fixed, regardle
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RYERSONACC 410Keith WhelanWinter

ACC 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vision Statement, Balanced Scorecard, Organizational Ethics

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18 Apr 2011
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RYERSONACC 410Vanessa MagnessWinter

ACC410 Chapter 11: ACC410 CHAPTER 11 – VARIANCES JOURNAL ENTRIES

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RYERSONACC 410Keith WhelanWinter

ACC 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Contribution Margin, Variable Cost, Regression Analysis

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18 Apr 2011
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Cost-volume-profit (cvp) analysis examines relationship between selling prices, sales volumes, costs and profits. Used to provide information about: fu
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RYERSONACC 410Vanessa MagnessWinter

Chapter 5

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15 Apr 2011
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 product costs: costs involved in either making or purchasing a product (manufacturing, inventorable costs, direct or indirect costs)  period costs:
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RYERSONACC 410Peggy WooSummer

ACC 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Statistical Significance, Financial Statement, Scatter Plot

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14 May 2012
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Controllable vs. uncontrollable cost: relevant costs: costs that differentiate between two alternatives (e. g. , opportunity cost) Irrelevant costs: wi
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RYERSONACC 410Peggy WooSummer

ACC 410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Balanced Scorecard, Specific Performance

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14 May 2012
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RYERSONACC 410Maurizio Di MaioSummer

Chapter 5

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13 Jun 2011
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 product costs: are costs involved in either making or purchasing a product, and they are called manufacturing or inventoriable costs.  costs are acc
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