standard cost allowance

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Under a standard costing system, the level of expenditure allowed to be incurred for variable costs, taking into account the actual levels of activity achieved. For example, the standard cost allowance for direct materials is obtained from the actual number of units produced multiplied by the standard direct materials cost per unit.

Subjects: Accounting.

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