Process Costing System?


A process-costing system is a costing system in which the cost of a product is obtained by assigning costs to masses of similar units. It is the opposite extreme of Job costing which attempts to measure individual costs of production of each unit. It is suitable where homogenous products are produced.
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What Is a Process Costing System?
Businesses must operate in the "black" or they go out of business. They must turn a profit, and it is in their best interest to make as high a profit as legitimately possible. Accounting methods used to record business material purchases, collect and... More »
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Manufacturing companies use machinery to mass produce their products. They require an accounting system that enables them to calculate the cost of mass-producing items in order to
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Process costing is used in accounting for the the breakdown of direct costs. It traces and accumulates all direct costs while allocating indirect costs for manufacturing processes.
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I can think of a few different similarities with a job order and a process cost system. Both itemize products, parts and labor used to complete a process or job ...
The advantages of job order costing system is that the company has see how much each job is costing. The disadvantages are that it is too product oriented. ...
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