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Question: Explain cost sheet?

Answer: Cost sheet is a statement of cost for a product for given period of time.

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Question: Explain cost sheet?

Cost sheet is a statement of cost for a product for given period of time. Source:

Answered by: venkats | Date: 5/29/2008 | Contact venkats Contact venkats

cost sheet is a detailed statement of cost of a product for a given period of time. Source:

Answered by: ruchi | Date: 6/22/2009 | Contact ruchi Contact ruchi

Cost sheet means a statement prepare to arrive per unit cost which includes Raw material cost, Packing materials Cost, Conversion Cost & packing charges.
If the product is manufacturred for 3rd party, finance cost & margin to be added. Source:

Answered by: Asho Kumar A Gehlot | Date: 9/18/2009 | Contact Asho Kumar A Gehlot Contact Asho Kumar A Gehlot

cost sheet is a decision making statement contains both historical and estimated data related to cost of production, expressed in terms of cost per unit for a particular product at a point of time. Source:

Answered by: Prof.A.S.RAMNARAYANAN | Date: 9/30/2009 | Contact Prof.A.S.RAMNARAYANAN Contact Prof.A.S.RAMNARAYANAN

function of cost sheet Source:

Answered by: yeasn125 | Date: 11/10/2009 | Contact yeasn125 Contact yeasn125

Cost Sheet is a periodical statement of cost designed to show in detail the various elements of cost of goods produced like Prime Cost, Factory Cost of Production & Total Cost. It is prepared at regular intervals eg, weekly, monthly quarterly, yearly etc. Comparative figures of the various period may also be shown in the cost sheet so that assessement can be made aboput the progress of the business. Source:

Answered by: Prof. ABDUL WAJID.K. | Date: 12/18/2009 | Contact Prof. ABDUL WAJID.K. Contact Prof. ABDUL WAJID.K.

A cost sheet is a documents that collects costs of a job, product or service.It will collect details of direct costs and overheads. The end result will be the cost of product or service or cost incurred in a particular cost centre. Source:

Answered by: Micro Observer | Date: 2/7/2010 | Contact Micro Observer Contact Micro Observer

cost sheet means statement of cost showing, cost per unit of any product at every level of production.
its important to know that at what stage of production we are have what price. Source:

Answered by: pankaj kumar (P.G.T ) G.R.D DEHRA DUN | Date: 7/5/2010 | Contact pankaj kumar (P.G.T ) G.R.D DEHRA DUN Contact pankaj kumar (P.G.T ) G.R.D DEHRA DUN

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