Process Costing - Review Notes

In processes output can not be separated and accounted for as in discrete product manufacture. The production process is continuous. Therefore period costs are accumulated and they are charged to the output in a period. In the process there is work-in-progress. So at the start of a period there is beginning inventory and at the end of the period there is ending inventory. During the period, there is input of costs. From these three figures cost of production of a period is calculated and charged to the number of units produced during the period.


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