Week 1 Lecture Advanced Cost Accounting

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Unformatted text preview: subdivision for fixed costs. It is important to note that the volume variance is used only in relation to fixed costs. Production volume variance = Budgeted fixed overhead – (Standard quantity of the allocation base allowed for the actual level of output x Standard fixed overhead unit price) When you combine the two variable subdivisions (spending and efficiency variances) with the one fixed subdivision (volume variance), you have what is known as a 3-variance analysis. When you combine these three subdivisions with the original basic level of analysis, you have what is www.devr yu.net/r e/DotNextLaunch.asp?cour seid= 9177854&user id= 2389222&sessionid= 99773cd25f&tabid= XXQOm/ibpKPwC2XlJ5h09+ tWmZ4u5l+ 3n3iOcAou… 2/3 1/7/14 Advanced Cost Accounting known as a 4-variance analysis. Summary points! 1. 2. 3. 4. Variable manufacturing overhead has no production-volume variance. F ixed manufacturing overhead has no efficiency variance. When all of the overhead variances are presented together, it is called a 4-variance analysis. Not all managers need the same level of overhead analysis and, depending on the detail desired or needed, a 1-, a 2-, or a 3-variance analysis may be used. Back to T op www.devr yu.net/r e/DotNextLaunch.asp?cour seid= 9177854&user id= 2389222&sessionid= 99773cd25f&tabid= XXQOm/ibpKPwC2XlJ5h09+ tWmZ4u5l+ 3n3iOcAou… 3/3...
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