Business Unit Performance
1.Evaluate divisional accounting income as a
2.Interpret and use return on investment (ROI).
3.Interpret and use residual income (RI).
4.Interpret and use econo
1. Explain the concept of activity-based cost
2. Use the hierarchy of costs to manage
3. Describe how the actions of customers and suppliers
affect a firms costs.
PROPERTY PLANT AND
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Property, Plant, & Equipment is a separate category on a
classified balance sheet.
It typically follows Long-term Investments and is oftentimes
referred to as PP&E.
CASH V/S ACCRUAL
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Payments received in advance are initially recorded as a
debit to Cash and a credit to unearned Revenue.
Unearned revenue is reported as a liability, reflecting the
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AUDIT FINAL REPORT
Observation number 1: The technical staff is not up to the mark and not working as per
Risk: As seen, there have been three audit reports which suggest that the technical staff is not
working well beca
AUDIT ETHIS AND
Organizati on Name:
The online system of the HAPTIKA to buy is very weak in terms of security, they
are using their own website to sell their products online. The t
FINAL YEAR PROJECT (Proposal)
Study and Development of Wearable
Gadgets for Highly Immersive
Experience in Virtual Reality
Huzaifa Sabir (email@example.com)
Syed Kazim Hussain (firstname.lastname@example.org)
From Main Frame c
What are you working on now? *
I always wonder how can I improve the experience of peoples interaction with technology. We have
seen transitions from mainframes to desktops/laptops, handheld to smart phones, now these Virtual
reality headsets bridging the
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Additional Topics in Variance
1.Explain how to prorate variances to
inventories and cost of goods sold.
2.Use market share variances to evaluate
3.Use sales mix variances to evaluate mark