Changing the Way Costs Are Allocated for a Burger Restaurant

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The way that firms choose to allocate costs can impact on the perceived production costs for any product. Utilizing the example of different products from a well-known burger chain, the writer demonstrates utilization of absorption or overhead costing, and compares this to the use of activity-based costing. Examples of both types of calculation are included in the paper. Four sources are cited in the bibliography of this three page paper.