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As this example suggests, even the definition of what is to be included in a “full cost” calculation requires a
managerial decision. Indeed, because there is such a wide range of choices embedded in an organization’s cost accounting system, managers frequently find it difficult to compare costs between their organization and other similar
organizations where the cost accounting choices may have been made differently.
ISSUES TO CONSIDER IN CALCULATING FULL COSTS
If senior management does not wish to undertake pricing, profitability...
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