This week we covered Chapter 3, Process Costing and Chapter 4 Activity Based Cos
This week we covered Chapter 3, Process Costing and Chapter 4 Activity Based Cos
This week we covered Chapter 3, Process Costing and Chapter 4 Activity Based Costing. Process Costing is for manufacturers which assemble products that are identical. Activity Based Costing assigns costs to overhead activities and then assigns those costs to the assembled products. Using the company in your Week 1 post, please identify some overhead costs in the manufacturing operations. What makes these overhead costs and what cost driver should be used to apply the overhead costs to the products? Week 1 topic was: GM (General Motor's) please respond to the question, by utilizing this manufacturer. Thank you for your help.

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