cost assignment

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The procedures by which direct or indirect costs are charged to or made the responsibility of particular cost centres, and ultimately charged to the products manufactured or services provided by the organization. Procedures used to achieve cost attribution include absorption costing, activity-based costing, marginal costing, and process costing. See also cost allocation; cost tracing.

Subjects: Accounting.

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