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Trends in Management Accounting

In the past thirty-five years, accounting techniques have been influenced heavily by managerial economics.

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Source and Application of Funds Analysis

Another very useful technique of the managerial accounting is called source and application of funds analysis.

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Financial Statements Analysis

Management can analyse financial data by (i) comparison of two or more periods; and (ii) comparison within one period.

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Analysis of past Performance

Financial accounting statements contain valuable information the mangers can use to analyse past performance.

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Marginal Income Analysis

Marginal income analysis is universally applicable in that it can be applied to any segment of business activity, that is, cause of costs, whereas direct costing is applicable only to produce cost.

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Direct Costing

Direct costing, or variable costing, is a product-costing technique that identifies only variable costs with products.

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Deciding

The manager can obtain accounting information designed to aid him in deciding between alternative course of action in two ways

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Responsibility Accounting

Effective implementation of the management buy objectives concept requires that performance be measured in a manner tat will be meaningful to the individual. With this purpose in mind, Responsibility Accounting was developed.

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Standard Cost

Standard costs are predetermined costs developed from past experience, motion and time study, expected future manufacturing cost, or from some combination of these.

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Control

Control involves the comparison of actual performance with some predetermined criterion. Obviously, budgeting is a control device because management compares the actual costs and revenues with the budget amounts.

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Planning

Business budgets are the principal financial means by which the manger can formalize and express his plan. Moreover, once budgets are established they serve as a control technique by setting predetermined criteria against which managers can compare actual results.

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Basis to accounting of Managerial Accounting

There are certain assumptions and practices that are basis to accounting

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Financial Accounting and Managerial Accounting

All financial accounting information result from a recording and classifying process that is based on the fundamental law that the assets of a business entity are subject to the claims of two parties: owners and creditors.

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Managerial accounting of Management disciplines

Management and accounting have been closely associated for a long time. Historically the function of accounting have been to record, analyse and report the result of business operations in various units of measurements, such as rupees, units of production, standard hours and kilowatts.

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Forecasting of demand

The manager must forcast future demand. Forecasting may be oriented to estimating economic conditions in the future, or it may be directed towards estimating of specific quantities that will be purchased in various markets.

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Determinants of changes in demand

Elasticity describes the nature of demand at a given time; changes in demand refer to shifts during a period of time.

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Elasticity of demand

Keeping in mind that demand is a schedule of price quantities, the most important concept in demand analysis is elasticity.

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Demand is schedule that shows the amounts that would be sold at various prices, in a given place, and on a given date of demand analysis

In this sense demand is not just the quantity that would be taken at a given price-it represents the total conditions of the market that describes the relationship between prices and quantities. Forces that determined the demand for a firm's product include the desires of the customers, the income of the customers, the prices of substitutes, and the characteristics of the market.

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Demand Analysis of managerial economics

There are some demand analysis of managerial economics

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Costs Principles of managerial economics

There are some costs principles of managerial economics

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