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1Introduction of cost accounting Lecture-1 By Main Ahmad Farhan (ACA)
2AccountingIt is a language about financial information (which is measurable interms of money) commonly used in business.
3Branches Of Accounting For externalreportingFor internalreportingFed byfinancial andcost accounting
4User Group Investors Managers Lenders Directors Govt Agencies SuppliersManagementEmployees
5Branches Of Accounting Financial Accounting is an art of recording (Journal), classifying (Ledger), summarizing (Trial balance), reporting (Profit & Loss A/c & Balance Sheet) and analysis (Interpretation) the financial information.Cost Accounting deals with ascertainment, measurement, accumulation, budgeting and evaluating cost structure of the entity.Management Accounting deals with decisions relating to the generation and effective utilization of the financial resources of an entity.
6Cost Accounting Cost Accounting means: Accounting for cost. Question arises what is cost?cost is expenditure incurredNext question arises expenditure incurred for what ?Expenditure incurred for a productNext question arises what is product?Production of a articleRendering of services
7Cost AccountingSo Cost accounting is a specialized branch of accounting which provide processed set of information / statements to the management which assist them in decision making.In cost accounting cost of product or a process is;AscertainedMeasuredAccumulated
8Management Accounting Management is central coordinating body in an entityManagement is concerned with the maximization of wealth throughMinimization of costMaximization of profitFor this purpose information provided by cost accounting is analyzed by the management for decision making and management control function.
9Management Accounting Reports generated through management accounting are used internally.Major function of management accounting:Planning & ForecastingControllingDecision makingPricingMake or BuyShut down or Continued operationEquipment Replacement
10Purpose Of Cost Accounting Provides information relating to cost of production.Determines the appropriate selling price.Discloses profitable products, areas and activity level.Helps in make or buy decision.Budgeting relating to production function.Controls production variances.Provides information to financial accountant.
12Direct CostCost that can be traced in full to the product or services is direct cost
13Types Of Direct CostDirect material costs are those cost of material that are traceable in full in the cost of a product or servicesDirect labor cost is specific cost of the worker in producing a product or serviceFor example wood in manufacturing of tableFor example labor involved in cutting wood
14Royalty on production, Cost of jigs / moulds Types Of Direct CostOther Direct Expenses These are expenses other than direct material and direct labor which have been incurred in full as direct consequences of producing product or servicesRoyalty on production, Cost of jigs / moulds
15Indirect CostThe cost that is incurred in producing product or services but which can not be traced in fullFOH means all expenses of factory other than direct material, direct labor and other direct production expenses.Factory overhead (FOH)Indirect materialIndirect LaborDeprecation of machineryFactory utility bills
16Cost classificationDirect Material + Direct Labor + Other Direct Cost = Prime costDirect Labor + Other Direct Cost + FOH = Conversion costPrime Cost + FOH = Total factory cost
17SummaryMaterial cost Labor cost Other production Total productioncostcostDirect=Prime costDirectDirectFOH costIndirectIndirectIndirect=Total FactoryCostTotalTotalTotal=
18Cost classification Direct material Rs 12,000 Direct labor 8,000 Other direct costPrime cost ,000FOHIndirect material 3000Indirect laborElectricity billRent of factoryDepreciation 100011000Total factory cost
20Fixed costFixed cost is a cost that do not vary with the level of production. Simple means the variation in production has no impact on fixed cost. For example rent of building and accountant salary etc3000Fixed cost20001000100200300No. of units
21Fixed Cost Per Unit Reaction Fixed cost per unit decreases as the number of units produced increases and vice versaFor example rent of building is Rs. 10,000 and number of units produced is 5000.If the number of units produced increases to 10000Per unit fixed cost = / 5000 = 2 per unitPer unit fixed cost = / = 1 per unit
22Step Fixed CostCosts which are constant for a relevant range of activity and rise to new constant level once that range exceeded.For example rent.Fixed costNo. of units
23Variable CostThe expenses that vary in direct proportion to volume of product. For example Prime cost.Variable costNo. of units
24Variable Cost Per Unit Reaction Variable cost per unit remain constantUnits of Labor Total wages Per labor wage rate,000 1,000,000 1,000
25Semi Variable CostThe cost that is partly fixed and partly variable cost. For example electricity bills, salesman salary.3000Semi variablecost20001000100200300No. of units
26Summary If the production volume increases Total Per unit Constant Fixed costDecreasesConstantIncreasesVariable costIncreasesTotal costDecreases
27Summary If the production volume decreases Total Per unit Constant Fixed costIncreasesConstantVariable costDecreasesTotal costIncreasesDecreases
28As VC added in FC shifts upward Total costTotal cost include both fixed cost and variable costAs VC added in FC shifts upwardTotal costVariable cost3000Total cost2000Fixed cost1000100200300No. of units