The standard output from a joint process is 4,000 litres of Product K, 6,000 litres of Product L and 3,000 litres of Product M.
The total cost of the joint process is $147,000.
The company is now deciding if it should further process Product L.
In the further processing decision the best way to apportion the joint costs to the products is:
A decision tree is being evaluated back to a decision point.
There are two alternatives at this point:
1. To abandon the project and generate a return of $435,000;
2. To continue with the project and generate the following possible returns:
What value should be included at the decision point?
A company produces a product that requires two materials, Material A and Material B. Details of the material quantities and costs for August are given in the table below.
Budgeted and actual output of the product for August was 12,000 units.
The material yield variance for August is:
A pharmaceutical company manufactures pesticides which contain highly toxic chemicals.
In the context of environmental costing, which of the following would be classified as an external failure cost?