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MGMT 201: Chapter 14 Notes

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These notes cover Chapter 14 lecture notes.
Managerial accounting
David Scott
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Accounting, Management
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Date Created: 04/30/16
Chapter 14: Decision Making: Relevant Costs and Benefits  Decision making is a fundamental part of management.  Decision Making: 1. Clarify the Decision Problem 2. Specify the Criterion 3. Identify the Alternatives 4. Develop a Decision Model 5. Collect the Data - Primarily the responsibility of the managerial accountant. - Info should be: 1. Relevant – Pertinent to a decision problem – It Matters. 2. Accurate – Information must be precise – It’s Correct. 3. Timely – Available in time for a decision – It’s now. 6. Make a Decision 7. Evaluate Decision Effectiveness  Relevant Information o Information is relevant to a decision problem when:  It has a bearing on the future.  It differs among competitive alterations. o Sunk Costs – costs that have already been occurred.  They do not affect any future cost and cannot be changed by any current or future action.  Sunk costs are irrelevant to decisions.  Accept or Reject a Special Order o With Excess Capacity – Relevant costs will usually be the variable costs associated with the special order. o Without Excess Capacity – variable costs + the opportunity cost of using the firm’s facilities for the special order are also relevant.  Unavoidable vs. Avoidable Expenses o Unavoidable expenses – expenses that will continue to be incurred even if a subunit or activity is eliminated. o Avoidable expenses – expenses that will no longer be incurred if a particular action is taken.  Variable Expenses are always avoidable.  Split-Off Point – the point in the production where the joint products are identifiable as separate products. Ex. 14-31 Sales Revenue -Cost of Food Gross Profit Expenses: Wages +Paper +Depreciation of Counter Gross Profit – Expenses = Net Ex 14-36 Sell Now = $7,000 Process Further Sales Profit -Cost Modifying What you get for Processing Further Ex 14-38 Sales Price -$ Given Up by Processing -Processing Costs -Selling Costs CM


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