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Marginal costing is “ a principle whereby variable costs are charged to cost units
and fixed costs attributable to the relevant period is written off in full against the
contribution for that period ” ( Terminology of CIMA ) . Under absorption costing ...
Significance of "arithmetic progression" method; allocated-cost principle. — If a
discount basis of 6 per cent per annum is assumed, in the illustration just used,
the service values imply a rapid deterioration in 822 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES
Accounting , on the other hand , comprises a body of legal , industrial ,
commercial and financial principles which must be taken into consideration in
determining how business transactions affect the value of the assets and the
amount of the ...
There is an accounting principle which provides that the value at which fixed
assets are carried on the books shall not be affected by market changes . This
principle prohibits the writing up of fixed assets merely because their market
value has ...
Edward Rochie Hardy collection.
Double entry bookkeeping also furnishes readily available information for
statistical records . REVIEW What are the two systems of bookkeeping ? How are
they related ? Upon what fundamental principle is the double entry system based
Their Use in Business Management
29 ances , with an initial equality of debits and credits , since assets equal the
liabilities plus proprietorship . The other principles of debit and credit follow as a
matter of course , the rest of double - entry bookkeeping being concerned largely
Those who have had any experience in accounting realize that while our
assumption may be sound in principle , it applies only to the simplest of systems
and does not produce the type of information that the executive should have .
MODIFYING PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING To make the information useful ,
the basic assumptions and principles discussed ... These modifying principles
are as follows : Modifying Principles of Accounting Cost - Benefit Principle
This principle has for its basis merely ordinary common sense . If the purchase
price is greater than the total net worth , as exhibited in the balance sheet of the
purchased company , it is assumed that the assets of that company have been ...
This principle of " keeping separate ” the various classes of income and expense
is of fundamental importance . One engaged in two different lines of busiess will
desire to know the results of each of those lines independently . If he gets only a ...