By Steven M. Bragg
Required studying for a person beginning, working, or starting to be a enterprise, enterprise Ratios and formulation, moment variation places solutions on the fingertips of industrial managers, with approximately 250 operational standards and transparent, easy-to-understand factors that may be used right now. the second one variation contains nearly fifty new ratios and formulation, in addition to new chapters overlaying ratios and formulation for e-commerce and human assets
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10. The table reveals that, though the total dollars associated with fringe benefits for both companies are nearly the same, the proportion of fringe benefits to wages and salaries for the acquiree are 5% higher than for AGC. By reducing this percentage to 19% (the same one achieved by AGC), the acquirer can reasonably estimate that a savings of $296,000 can be achieved by using its benefits package at the acquiree. Cautions: The ratio can be rendered incorrect if the denominator includes one-time costs associated with severance packages or hiring bonuses.
Cautions: The overhead rate is not generally used anymore for decision-making purposes, although it is still used to derive the overhead cost that is reported on the financial statements, according to the requirements of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). One of its problems is that direct labor has historically been the most common activity measure used to derive it, even though direct labor composes an increasingly small proportion of the production process; consequently, the ratio of overhead costs to direct labor incurred is quite high, so a small change in the direct labor applied to a product will also result in a much larger change in the amount of overhead cost that is applied to it.
Another problem is that there may be little relationship between the overhead cost pool and any single activity measure—instead, machine hours are only related to machine repairs and utilities, while supervisory salaries are related to an entire production line, rent is related to the square footage used by a production line, and so on. A properly applied activity-based costing system will avoid this issue by using a variety of activity measures to determine the most accurate application of overhead costs.
Business ratios and formulas : a comprehensive guide by Steven M. Bragg