You will need
  • - model forms of financial statements,
  • - office equipment,
  • - office supplies.
To make the calculation on the product in several ways that involve calculating production costs, the cost of manufactured goods and the volume of work in progress. There are four costing methods: standard, simple (process cost), poperedniy and order.
For mass, batch and mass production, it is appropriate to use the statutory method of calculation. Its use should be accompanied by the obligatory drawing up the regulatory costing rules that apply at the beginning of the calendar month. It is also important to track any deviations from accepted norms in the initial stage of their occurrence. You must keep a record of any changes of existing rules, as well as timely reflect the changes in regulatory cost estimates.
In the preparation of the cost estimate for the product a similar method, it is important to know what the applicable rules are those which at the moment is on vacation and the shipment of products to the production of, and payment of workers for the performed work.
Due to the fact that significant differences between "redistribution" and "process" no, poperedniy method is often described as a simple method of calculation on the product.
This method is used in enterprises where the raw material goes through several stages, or by the same manufacturing process to produce various types of finished products.
Be aware that this method has two ways of calculation – semi and resolubility. In the first case, the cost of each of the redistribution includes the cost of the previous one, in the second case calculates the cost of each redistribution separately.
To make the calculation on the product to companies operating on an ad hoc basis, it is advisable with the help of other methods.
Since the term order refers to one or a small number of products, to account for each series issued card of analytical accounting code order and all the production costs and the costs aggregated in their strict compliance with the executed orders. The use of this method appropriate in the case where it is required to know the individual cost of manufactured products.