Budgeting and Decision Making

Budgeting and Decision Making

Budgeting and Decision Making
by Larry M. Walther, Christopher J. Skousen

Publisher: BookBoon 2009
ISBN-13: 9788776814922
Number of pages: 124

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In this book you will learn about planning for success through budgeting. Key budgets, such as the sales, production, direct materials purchases, direct labor, overhead, selling and administrative, and cash budgets are all discussed in detail. Critical elements of budget analysis, including flexible budgets, standard costs, and variance analysis are discussed.

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