ACCT 102 Lecture Notes Chapter 15
JOB ORDER COST ACCOUNTING AND ANALYSIS
JOB ORDER COST ACCOUNTING
A cost accounting system records manufacturing activities using a perpetual inventory system. A
perpetual inventory system continuously updates the
Chapter 8: Measuring the Benefits of Environmental Protection
optimal level of pollution/clean up defined:
B. Use, option, and existence values
C. Consumer surplus, willingness to pay (wtp) and willingness to accept compensation
Chapter 1: Four Economic Questions About Global Warming
What are the four questions?
B. How much pollution is too much?
- What standard?
C. Is government up to the job?
D. How can we do better?
E. Can we resolve global issues?
Chapter 2: E
PROBLEM SET B
Problem 15-1B (80 minutes)
Part 1 Total manufacturing costs and the costs assigned to each job
Beginning goods in process.
BUSA 131 - EXAM 1
In the classroom workshops, you have processed the transactions for this company for Jan, Feb
& Mar and now you will process selected transactions for April 2000.
Using the company code TS1 and the MAS 90/W program, complete the followin
BUSA 101 Study Guides
You are required to create a study guide by the due date(s) listed in the homework
assignment sheet. It can be ONLY the front side of no more than four pages.
That MUST at a minimum contain:
1) Accounting equation
2) All the types of
What are the 4 GDP Problems according to chapter 6?
1. GDP fails to include the value of nonmarket production. Housework, child
care, and volunteer work are the three biggies.
2. GDP fails to subtract the costs of growth. A true measure of welfare needs
ACCOUNTING TERMS & CHARACTERISTICS
Assets are probable future economic benefits obtained or controlled by a particular entity
as a result of past transactions or events.
Characteristics of Assets
An asset has three essential characteristics: (a) it
ACCT 102 Review Exam #3
Chapters 19 21
Variable Costing, Budgets,
Flexible Budgets& Standard Costing
Format of exam: 30 true/false and multiple choice questions @ 2 points
each = 60 points. Then choose 4 out of 6 problems worth 10 points each =