Do you know which of your products is most profitable? Are your margins
eroding? In order to positively affect your company’s bottom line, you
need to make the right resource allocation choices. And you need to do
it before it impacts your profits! Understanding basic cost analysis
will help you make quicker, better decisions, and this new Webinar has
the information you need to begin focusing on the numbers that matter.
This 60-minute solutions Webinar will show you a whole new way to look
at accounting. Traditional financial statements won’t tell you the whole
story, you need to understand your company’s true costs to make the
right decisions. We’ll teach you how to do just that, without the need
for an accounting degree. You’ll learn the meanings behind basic cost
accounting terms … different ways to look at costs and how to apply the
right one to your specific business … and the advantages of standard
costing, activity-based costing—even throughput accounting. Everything
we teach is designed to help you steer your organization to maximum
profitability. Success in any size business hinges on your ability to
make the right decisions at the right time. In just one hour, you can
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Get a clearer understanding of cost management as you explore topics like:
- Why use cost accounting?
- Speaking the language of cost accounting and understanding cost categories
- Choosing between Process Costing and Job Costing
- Standard Costing: The intelligent alternative for multiple products with shared resources
- Resource consumption and Activity-based Costing (ABC)
- Decision making: Marginal Costing vs. Absorption Costing
- And more
Cancelation Policy: If you cannot attend an event, you may send someone else in your place. If that isn’t an option for you, cancellations received up to five working days before the event are refundable, minus a registration service charge ($10 for one-day events; $25 for multiple-day events). After that, cancellations are subject to the entire seminar fee, which you may apply toward a future seminar. Please note that if you don’t cancel and don’t attend, you are still responsible for payment.