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Unformatted text preview: ng effort. If this is done, the cost of a particular cost object will be the sum of the costs attributed to it in each of the cost
The criteria for selecting an appropriate cost center arrangement will be discussed later in the chapter. At the
moment, we are concerned principally with the effects of different choices on the full cost of a cost object. In this
regard, the distinction between an intermediate cost object and a cost center can be confusing. On occasion, both
can be viewed as “purposes” for which costs are collected; indeed, cost centers are sometimes called intermediate
cost objects. The distinction should become clearer in the pages that follow.
Problem: LI is choosin...
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