COST ACCOUNT IN AGRICULTURE WITH PARTICULAR ACCORDANCE TO REQUIREMENTS OF DECISION MAKING PROCESS AND CONTROLS
The article presents cost account applicability in the agricultural companies regarding the general theory of economic and organisation of enterprises. The main focus was laid down to analyse the unit total cost account with variable costs and their applicability in three spheres: stock valuation and profit, requirements of planning and decision making processes and controlling. It was concluded that cost calculation at the level of agricultural enterprise should be an inherent element of integrated information system at the level of registry, planning, decision making and control.
agriculture; cost account; accountancy; management
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