Contribution Accounting

  • Trevor J. Bentley


Based on the definition given in chapter 2, contribution accounting is concerned with the analysis of the accounting data in such a way that the source of the organisation’s wealth can be determined. By concentrating on added value and contribution, the system enables the consumption of resources (costs) to be controlled by the people responsible.


Marginal Cost Activity Cost Accounting System Cost Control Unnecessary Cost 
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© Trevor J. Bentley 1978

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