BUS-A 325 #12

BUS-A 325 #12 - C) The resulting balances represent...

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If standard cost variances are allocated (i.e., prorated) to inventory and cost of goods sold (CGS) accounts at the end of a period, which of the following is correct? A) The amount allocated to inventories is generally larger than the amount allocated to CGS. B) There is a presumption that the net variance for the period is immaterial in amount.
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Unformatted text preview: C) The resulting balances represent relative actual cost in each of the affected accounts. D) Conceptually, the amount allocated to each account is based on the relative amount of the current period's standard cost in the end-of-period balance in each account....
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BUS-A 325 #12 - C) The resulting balances represent...

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