Wednesday, March 18, 2009

What is Overhead Cost Controlling?

Many businesses experience an increase in the percentage of indirect costs, which cannot be directly assigned to either goods manufactured, or to the services that they render to customers. Overhead Cost Controlling can be quite important to managers in order to make a company profitable

While cost monitoring and optimization may be quite advanced in production areas, there is often not much of the same in overhead cost areas. In complex accounting systems, the overhead cost controlling subsystem focuses on the monitoring and allocation of these important overheads.

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